Hey everyone! This blog deals with more questions on #CFA. By this time, most of your doubts must be clear because of the countless blogs on the same topic. But to repeat the basis of many other earlier posts, there are questions with the answers right here!
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So without further ado, let’s look at some of these questions with their answers!
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Question: Jeff Hinojosa Cueva 1-li everybody! Can anyone explain me ? Temporary differences ? & Tax base of aseet and liability? Thank in advance Share • October 24 at 11:46pm
Answer: MIPradeep Pandey Temporary difference always create by difference between tax accounting and company accounting or " carrying value. October 25 at 5:53pm
Question: 1;13 cgrady40 Oct 28th. 2013 9_15am United States CFA Level I Candidate 2 AF Points KAPLAN SCHWESER under the fixed income study session, the study notes goes over how to use NM keys and how to calculate using a formula. Is there any value to learning how to do the calculations by hand when using the NM keys is so much easier?
Answer: edupristine Oct 29th, 2013 3:43am Partner India 278 AF Points f cgtady40 wrote under the fixed income study session, the study notes goes over how to use TVM Keys and how to calculate using a formula Is there any value to learning how to do the calculations by hand when using the TVM Keys Is so much easier, Always doing by calculator is less time taken, because if you do calculation with hands it will take more time. For notes calculation we need to use DCF calculation year wise.
Question: Qg sharky7 Oct 24th, 2013 4:45pm Spain CFA Level l Candidate 30 AF Points RAP L Ati) SOME SER Could anyone give a brief explanation on why a share repurchase is considered a way of paying dividends to shareholders? And why is usually considered a better action than paying dividends with cash? Thanks!
Answer: eclupt istme Oct 28111. 2013 1:45am Partner India 278 AF Points 15.4-1141 sharky7 wrote Could anyone give a brief explanation on why a share repurchase is considered a way of paying dividends to shareholders/ And why is usually considered a better action than paying dividends with cash/ Thanks! Usually those companies who are not paying dividends regularly use this approach. Hence through repurchase company pays a cash and buy back the part of shares outstanding, Though the shareholders who sold their shares benefited with cash back( dividend is also a form of paying cash to shareholders).
Question: w suspense Oct 29th, 2013 11:17am Cape verde CFA Level I Candidate 130 AF Points Does offsetting a future contact on an exchange elirninste default risk
Answer: eduprIstine Oct 30th. 2013 1 46am 4 Partner inde 278 AF Points r•P.ISTI N.ispense wrote Does offsetting a future contact on an exchange elimrnste default nsk Yes it reduce default risk but in Forward contract because future contract are more standansed
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