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seicalminee : Not exactly sure what they are called. However in the past i have connected to my sisters or a friends laptop to fix it, from somewhere else, using free online software. Usually how it works is u both dl the program and then they give u a code to access there computer. what are some of these programs list free programs online.

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kedduadwaytum : AI Corporation issued 75,000 shares of $20 par value, cumulative, 6% preferred stock
on January 1, 2011, for $2,200,000. In December 2013, AI declared its first dividend of $500,000.
Instructions
(a) Prepare AI’s journal entry to record the issuance of the preferred stock.
(b) If the preferred stock is not cumulative, how much of the $500,000 would be paid to common
stockholders?
(c) If the preferred stock is cumulative, how much of the $500,000 would be paid to common
stockholders?
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Gysrere : (a) Prepare AI’s journal entry to record the issuance of the preferred stock.
Dr Cash 2,200,000
Cr Preferred Stock 1,500,000 (75,000 x $20)
Cr Paid-inn Capital in Excess of Par Value 700,000

(b) If the preferred stock is not cumulative, how much of the $500,000 would be paid to common
stockholders?
Total Dividend $500,000
Less: Preferred Stock Dividend 90,000 (1,500,000 x 6%)
Common Stock Dividends $410,000

(c) If the preferred stock is cumulative, how much of the $500,000 would be paid to common
stockholders?
Total Dividend $500,000
Less: Preferred Stock Dividend 270,000 ($1,500,000 x 6% x 3)
Common Stock Dividends $230,000
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lolowsNem : I was just in an accident and my 2005 Hyundai Elantra Gt was totaled. We paid 9000 dollars for it used 4 years ago. Any idea what we might get from insurance for the totaled vehicle? Will they own the vehicle after we are paid for it? Can we sell it for salvage after the fact? We still owe a few thousand on it and hope to able to get enough to pay the loan off and get a cheap car. I was going to shoot for 3500.
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Yopemrlde : Go to Kelly Blue Book kbb.com and put in the trim level and condition of your car prior to the accident. You should demand at least that amount.
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Mobfabybrirty : Go to kellybluebook.com. Be accurate on the mileage of the vehicle and when asked about condition of vehicle answer 'excellent'. The website will give you an exact price of what your car is worth, for selling it to a private party or to a dealership. The amount it gives you for the sale to a private party is what you want. Make a copy of that appraisal and hand it to the claims agent. The car will be their property, but you should be cut a check.
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skidgeskags : I think it's wealthy - you can basically not worry about money, even though you might not have as many houses or yachts as someone even richer.
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SamuelX4 : Yea your a millionaire
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smarharne : Generally speaking, the only people who don't view that as wealthy are those people who make that much or more. Wealth is not really measured by income alone. It also has to do with your personal holdings, such as real estate, jewelry, ready cash, stock, bonds, etc., etc.. If you make a million dollars a year and you spend a million dollars in a year, you're broke.
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Teweennadaync : I think you're confusing $1,000,000 in income with $1,000,000 in assets.

With a million in assets, you have enough to worry about losing it all.

With a million a year in income (assuming its consistently coming in) that's more than some lottery jackpots. But, if you make a million and spend $1,200,000 a year, that nest egg will dry up pretty quickly.
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