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 Mike owns a small but successful coffee house. He decides to incorporate. Considering only tax benefits, should Mike form a C corporation or a subchapter S corporation and why? Discuss taxation under both forms.

What is the difference between a limited liability company (LLC) and a limited liability partnership (LLP) and why are LLCs and partnerships attractive to businesspersons? Explain.

Does any single form of business organization appear to be superior? What sorts of questions would one want to ask before selecting a business organization? Explain. Answer these questions in 500 words.

America In Vietnam

Please respond to the following Question: 

The Vietnam War was a counterinsurgency that involved us in guerrilla warfare that was similar, in some ways, to what we face in Afghanistan today. But the way the Vietnam War was conducted was considered to be immoral and unjust by many.

Describe the prevailing arguments of what constitutes a “just war,” and assess the justice of the Vietnam War in that context.

Speculate on how the world would be different today if the U.S. had not become involved in Vietnam.

agreement between a corporation

 Read the case, Dog House Investments, LLC v. Teal Properties, Inc. Answer the following question,

 What was the contract and how was it breached?

The failure of Teal Properties and Jerry Teal to reimburse Dog House for the repair costs placed the tenant in a dire financial situation. Does this consequence make the landlord’s conduct unethical?

How might this suit have been avoided altogether?

Is it common for courts to disregard the corporate form of business organization and impose liability on shareholders?

Could an agreement between a corporation and its shareholders, or the shareholders and third parties, reduce or eliminate the limits to the liability of shareholders for corporate debts?

Do corporations benefit from shareholders’ limited liability?

http://www.tncourts.gov/courts/court-appeals/opinions/2014/02/07/dog-house-investments-llc-v-teal-properties-inc-et-al

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Birmingham Jail

Write 400 words or more.

Reading of Martin Luther King’s, “Letter from a Birmingham Jail”. Once you have completed the reading watch the following two videos. The first is an interview MLK Jr. gave on meet the press wherein he discusses the concept of just and unjust laws. The second is a record of King reading the first except from the letter.

Martin Luther King Jr. Speech Civil Disobedience and obeying Just vs. Unjust laws (Closed Captioned)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=knFojb020bY

Letter from Birmingham Jail (Links to an external site.)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jBkgdGIBv00

Respond to the following:

1. What conditions make a law unjust? 

2. Can you think of any unjust laws today that meet those conditions? If so, specify and explain. If not, specify and explain.

3. Why is the “moderate” voice needed in the cause for change in a democratic republic?  

Written Assignment

Hello, The assigment is a written paper.I need someone that can write a 5 page paper by 4/11/2019. I also would like the paper to be written in layman’s terms + its has to have 5 scholarly source/ academic source. I have attached the rubric.

Learning By Doing

Using library or Internet resources provide a full citation for each of the following items:

  1. Your state’s statute that defines what is considered to be a public record that must be made available to the public upon request.
  2. The pre-World War I opinion by the U.S. Supreme Court holding, on re-argument, that a federal income tax was unconstitutional.
  3. The federal statute authorizing the U.S. Secretary of Transportation to make payments to states for the value of materials stockpiled near federal highway construction projects in conformity with the project specifications.
  4. The federal joint regulation of the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and Department of Commerce, identifying the factors for listing, delisting, or reclassifying endangered species.
  5. Your state’s administrative regulations specifying the licensure process for real estate agents.
  6. The local ordinance in your municipality governing noise.
  7. The most recent opinion of your state’s highest appeals court describing the extent to which the state constitution requires that the power of eminent domain be exercised only for a public use.
  8. A recent federal trial court decision in your federal district describing the standard for summary judgment in federal court.
  9. A law-review article published within the past five (5) years about libel law and political campaign advertisements.

Your assignment must:

  • Be typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides; citations and references must follow APA or school-specific format. Check with your professor for any additional instructions.
  • Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, the student’s name, the professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page and the reference page are not included in the required assignment page length.

The specific course learning outcomes associated with this assignment are:

  • Interpret the language of the U.S. Constitution and the U.S. legal system in order to explain the principles and process of constitutional, regulatory, and administrative laws at the federal and state levels.
  • Use the “case” approach to the U.S. legal system for researching cases, laws, and other legal communications using technology and information resources.
  • Assess legal decisions related to the administration of public goods.
  • Use technology and information resources to research issues in constitution and administrative law.

Grading for this assignment will be based on answer quality, logic/organization of the paper, and language and writing skills, using the following criteria:

  • Questions 1 through 3, and 5 through 9 are worth 10 points each
  • Question 4 is worth 20 points

types of beverage establishments

I need these two essays in separate docs in 12 hours.

Assignment 1

Retail Beverage-Operation Design

Complete an essay by choosing one of the types of beverage establishments listed  describing how to set it up and manage it in order to make the most revenue. Your essay should consist of no less than two pages.

Please utilize your readings and any outside research to develop a viable response and/or solution. Please be sure to cite any outside sources using the proper APA style.

Assignment 2

Instructions

Select an e-commerce company. Visit the company website or mobile app. In your paper, describe the following features:

 the business model based on the information you find on the website or the app,

 a brief overview of the company,

 the customer value proposition,

 the revenue model,

 the marketspace it operates in,

 who its main competitors are,

 any comparative advantages you believe the company possesses,

 what its market strategy appears to be, and

 information about the company’s management team and organizational structure. (Most company websites contain an “About Us” web page that contains information about the company.)

Your paper should be a minimum of two pages in length, not counting the title and reference pages. You must use a minimum of one source other than your textbook, which can include the company website or mobile app. All sources used, must be referenced; paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanying citations.

Political Theory And The Budget

Week 6 Discussion 2: Political Theory and the Budget

Required Resources
Read/review the following resources for this activity:

  • Textbook: Review Chapter 2, 3 (pp. 56-59), 13
  • Lesson
  • Additional scholarly sources you identify through your own research

Textbook:

 Magstadt, T. (2017). Understanding Politics: Ideas, institutions, and issues (12th ed.). Boston, MA: Cengage. 

 Instructions:
Explain how a liberal and conservative would approach developing the US budget. Use evidence (cite sources) to support your response from assigned readings or online lessons, and at least TWO outside scholarly sources.

 Lastly, to look at a REAL U.S. Budget (2015), and see what discretionary and mandatory spending are, and also to see how much is really spent in the budget, and on what, follow this link. The info is really good. https://www.nationalpriorities.org/budget-basics/federal-budget-101/spending/ (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. 

Writing Requirements

  • APA format for in-text citations and list of references. Please use proper APA citations on paper and reference page to get full credit.

Lesson:

Week 6 Lesson: Economics

This week we will explore the economy, including the impact that governments have upon economic matters and the cost of welfare programs.

The US Budget

In February of each year, the President submits around a $3.8 trillion budget proposal to Congress for approval. This proposal is based on the President’s priorities, and what he believes will pass in the Congress. Once the plan is made public, interest groups, citizens, scholars, political scientists, and pundits begin to scrutinize it to see what spending will go where.

The American economic system is very complicated. It is considered a laissez-faire economy, but this does not mean that it operates in an entirely free market. There are rules and regulations in place to protect the market, and the businesses and people working within it. Some of these safeguards developed during a period known as the New Deal, under President Franklin D. Roosevelt, as a means of lessening the impact of the Great Depression. These protections are referred to as the social safety net or welfare programs.

Welfare is a term applied to social programs that contribute to the overall well-being of the citizens, and these types of programs usually develop when there is a great need within the populace. For example, during The Great Depression, inflation rates made the dollar lose its previous value. The Great Depression resulted in the suffering of a large portion of the population because many could not pay their bills, or buy necessities such as food which was in short supply to being with. Eventually, technological advances, spurred by the Industrial Revolution, made the farming process less difficult, allowing for larger and larger amounts of crops to be produced. Although this produced more food for a while, it also dropped the price of food, given the fundamental law of supply and demand. If the supply of a product rises above the demand for the product, prices will fall.

Supply and Demand

With the fall in crop prices, farmers who had mortgaged their homes and land to afford new farming equipment lost it all because they could no longer earn enough to pay off their loans. Also, the new technology contributed to overfarming much of the land, which stripped needed nutrients from the soil, making it unfarmable for some time, developing The Dust Bowl. With the upper layer of soil missing from much of the farmland in the Midwest, the large amount of dust caused great dust storms as severe as blizzards. Food production suffered because of limited farmland, causing supply to decrease, raising the price of food again. However, given the state of inflation during this time, the average person could not keep up with these costs forcing the government to step in to provide for the people and stabilize prices.

Although welfare programs serve purposes, they are not free. The problem of paying for them falls on every nation that offers them, which is why there is always much deliberation regarding these programs. The United States offers far fewer social programs than its European allies—based upon its laissez-faire approach—and yet there is always much discussion about their existence. American conservatives tend to support a reduction in the funding of such programs, whereas liberals usually argue for an increase in their funding.

Cargo containers with Chines and American flags on them

From the US budget to negotiating with China on tariffs, it is no doubt economics is essential. Economics has become even more critical as our society has globalized, making the world smaller. It is harder to find specific products with the “Made in the USA” label as businesses are outsourcing many manufacturing jobs to other nations to provide lower prices. The US, the only superpower, continues to be part of the global political economy.

The Global Political Economy

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The paths that take nations to democracy are rarely straight, and never identical. The same can be said for those societies opting to embrace a market economy. The most successful economic system currently is capitalism, but capitalism has evolved and continues to grow differently in various countries around the world. Political scientists measure these changes alongside the systems’ roots in, and influence on, the political world.

For half of the last century, many countries around the world operated under an economic system different from capitalism. The Cold War between the communist Soviet Union and the Western capitalist world has guided much of the international and domestic politics of the past 60 years. As communism eroded in the face of global markets, however, even the largest of the communist superpowers (Russia and China) moved toward market-based economies. Capitalist countries have also seen changes in the market over the past 75 years. The “free market” does not exactly exist in any democratic state because concerns about social well-being have caused most governments to establish some safety net to protect populations from the harsh realities of the market. Programs such as Social Security are examples of this safety net in the United States.

Theoretical distinctions can be made between different democratic countries and their economic development. An example of such a difference presented in the field of political science categorizes countries’ financial systems based on how active the government is in the economy. Esping-Anderson (1990) writes that these economies can be categorized as laissez-faire, corporatist, or social democratic. Laissez-faire economies are those that remain most closely tied to the free market. Governments in these states have little democratic control over the economy and tend to allow the market to control prices and income distribution. Corporatist economies have strong centralized governments attempting to balance income distribution and market concerns between the free population and the private sector. Social-democratic countries are those in which the government owns many social services and heavily regulates private industry.

As you might imagine, with so many different economies operating in the world, the international sphere as a whole has an economy of its own. Countries have to compete for business, and businesses have to compete for consumers. Trade agreements and restrictions are established to make these competitions equitable and productive. As Russia and China become increasingly dominant on the world economic stage, the international political and economic landscape will continue to change. The emergence of new economic powers is not the only pressure on the international economy, however. Political issues such as wages, immigration, export controls, taxes, and employment all factor into decisions that impact global markets. Citizens are going to have to make difficult decisions relating to many concerns of this new global environment in the coming years. Should national sovereignty be given to international organizations? Should businesses that pay low wages in other countries be allowed to import goods? Must governments ultimately regulate the economy, or can the free market solve these problems without interference?

Summary

It seems clear that economics are closely tied to politics and that decisions regarding regulation of economic matters have a direct impact on a government’s success.

Reference

References

Congressional Budget Office. (2017). The Federal budget in 2017. Retrieved from https://www.cbo.gov/publication/53624

Esping-Anderson, G. (1990). The three worlds of welfare capitalism. Hoboken, NJ.: John Wiley & Sons.

Porter’s Five Forces

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Final Project: Porter’s Five Forces

While a SWOT analysis focuses mostly on the internal mechanisms within a company, Porter’s Five Forces examines the larger economic factors that influence a company’s potential success. For your final project, you are going to work in teams of 1, 2, or 3, choose a company and analyze their potential for success using Porter’s Five Forces.

Here are the five forces:

· rivalry among existing firms

· threat of new entrants

· threat of substitute products or services

· bargaining power of buyers

· bargaining power of suppliers

These are the headings you will use in your paper. You should have at least one page of writing and analysis per force.

Other Requirements

Please include at least two graphs or other form of visual data and cite them in APA format.

Use as many sources as you need, but I don’t see this assignment being done with any less than ten.