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Answer profit in a company . profit in a company. this is increase in revenue received by the company.. Answer profit in a company . profit in a company. this is incr…ease in revenue received by the company.
Taken from 'The Guardian' newspaper in the U.K today (third Sept 2008) Shell was today accused of making "obscene" profits at a time when pensioners, mo…torists and industry are struggling with higher energy prices when it unveiled annual earnings of $27.6bn (£13.9bn). The oil major has made British corporate history with the record figures, which are equivalent to more than £1.5m an hour and come at the end of a three month period when crude prices have averaged over $90 a barrel.
If the gross profit ratio is the same for two years, the financial position of the company is stable. It means the company is at the same break even point as the year befo…re, but does not constitute growth of profit.
This is an example of a response to the question: After three years of personal growth and development within this company, I vision myself as an executive manager being r…esponsible for training and developing employees.
One thing public companies do with their profits is pay dividends to shareholders. For example it appears Proctor and Gamble paid approximately $1.68/share over the past year …for 2.92 billion shares. That's about $5B dollars out of $13.4B in profits. I do not know what happened to the other $8.4 billion. Is research part of expenses ?
about 1.5 billion.
Can a private company declared dividend out of current years profit and loss account though it has carry forward loss in profit and loss account?
Dividend declaration and dividend payments are two different things. Anyways, the preliminary dividend decision lies on the company's current year performance(profit aft…er tax) or previous years accumulated reserves/profits. Well in this case, the company has suffered loss in the past year(s). So if in your case, if the company has earned profit(cash profits to settle dividend obligation) in the current year it may declare and pay off the dividends irrespective of previous year loss. This previous year loss can be settled against any current year's balance or future profits, depends on certain number of years to be carried forward/backward(tax issue). Obviously, if it is loss making business the company should either restructure, divert or wind-up its activities. There are also taxation issues relating to such carried forward loss known in tax terms "tax loss".
Yes. If this company gives all its profits to other organizations such as charities.
A small company had profits of 550000 last year This year their profits were only 484000 dollars What was the percent decrease in their profits?
The company's profits decreased by 12%
the profit are as follows 6420, 5360, 8180, 7840 and 8150
The Secretary of State Office keeps a database of non-profit companies. In most cases it is online. The IRS.gov website also has a database on non-profits. You can also ask th…e company for their tax-exempt certificate.
What is the expenditure of a company whose income for 1 year is Rs108000 and has a profit of 45 percent?
Income is Rs108000. If profit is 45%, then expenditure is 55% Hence expenditure is 55% of Rs108000, or Rs59400.
Microsoft more than likely
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After all the employees and the expenses have been paid off the profit is used to improve the company or its also how the owners make money