Correct answer is A. North America
IBM environmental study report the list countries according to their responses to the green practice which indicate that North America is likely to lag in the eco-friendly activities.
As the manager of a workforce with particularly stressful jobs, you plan to present techniques to help your workforce more effectively regulate emotions. Recognizing that these are individuals working in situations where they are not able to control the sources of stress, what technique would be most appropriate to teach your workforce?
The most appropriate technique to teach the workforce would be "Cognitive Reappraisal".
"Cognitive Reappraisal" is a technique for managing emotions that involves an individual, realizing and accepting he has no control over a situation, and then choosing to think about the situation in a way which helps to create a positive emotional response rather than a negative one.
This technique will help the workforce regulate emotions more effectively.
How does the U.S. economy create and destroy millions of jobs each year? (Mark all that apply.) A. The federal government determines that certain industries are obsolete and closes firms.
B. Some businesses are expanding, while others are contracting.
C. When unemployment is high, the federal government hires more workers to offset the effects of unemployment.
D. In the market system, new firms are constantly entering and exiting various industries.
The correct answer is option B and option D.
The US economy is a capitalist or market economy. In such an economy, the firms are constantly entering and exiting various industries. Existing firms exit the industries because of technological change, bad management, bad decisions, adverse shifts in consumers' tastes and preferences.
At the same time, new firms enter the market or other firms hire new workers because they are doing good because of the opposite reason.
This expansion and contraction in the business create and destroys millions of jobs each year in the US market.
Which tax uses the same rate for all income levels? Corporate
Orie and jane, husband and wife, operate a sole proprietorship. they expect their taxable income next year to be $300,000, of which $125,000 is attributed to the so
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Orie and Jane, husband and wife, operate a sole proprietorship. They expect their taxable income next year to be $300,000, of which $125,000 is attributed to the sole proprietorship. Orie and Jane are contemplating incorporating their sole proprietorship. Using the married-joint tax brackets and the corporate tax brackets, find out how much current tax this strategy could save Orie and Jane. How much income should be left in the corporation?
Answer: $50000 should be left in the corporation
$5250 will be saved using this strategy
The married-joint tax bracket = 28% ( marginal tax rate )
corporate tax bracket = 15% for ( $0 to $50000 ) this is the lowest
out of the total taxable income of $300000
$175000 is not attributed to the sole proprietorship hence it will be taxed using the marginal tax rate of 28%
while $125000 will be taxed using the corporate tax bracket.
To take advantage of the lowest corporate tax bracket, $50000 out of the $125000 attributed to the sole proprietorship should be retained by the corporation so that the business will have to pay lower corporate tax. the retaining of this amount by the business will therefore bring down the marginal tax rate of Orie and Jane ( married-joint tax bracket ) to 25% because the amount not attributed to the business/corporation will increase
To continue enjoying the lowest tax rates, profits of up to $25000 made from the initial $125000 mapped out for the sole proprietorship should be left in the business/corporation.
28% of $175000 = $49000
25% of $175000 = $43750
hence they will save $5250 on married-joint tax using this method