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# China's new 5 percent tax on disposable wooden chopsticks, reflecting concerns about deforestation, has been praised by environmentalists. the move is hitting hard at the japanese, who consume 25 billion set of wooden chopsticks annually. almost all of the chopsticks used in japan come from china. the reuirements for chinese manufacturers of wooden chopsticks to pay the 5 percent tax is a factor in their external environment.

Accrual account payable

Explanation:

An account payable is a current liability whereby a company receives and utilises a good or service first and makes payment for it at a later stage. This type of transaction is made on credit.

An accrued expense is a type of current liability where the expense is recordedas a liability in the books of the company before payment has been made.

Diaz Company will record this bill as an accounts payable (accrued expense) until they physically make the payment, then it will become an expense.

#include<iostream>

using namespace std;

//main function

int main(){

//initialization

float gallonConsume;

//print the message

cout<<"Enter the number of gallons consumed: ";

float waterCost = 0.21 * gallonConsume;   //calculate the water cost

cout<<"The water cost is: "<<waterCost<<endl;  //display

float sewageService = 0.01 * gallonConsume;   //calculate the sewage service cost

cout<<"The sewage service cost is: "<<sewageService<<endl;  //display

return 0;

}

Explanation:

Include the library iostream for using the input/output instruction.

Create the main function and declare the variables.

then, print the message on the screen by using cout instruction.

the value enters by the user is read by cin instruction and store in the variable.

After that, calculate the water cost by using the formula:

then, display the output on the screen.

After that, calculate the sewage service cost by using the formula:

finally, display the output on the screen.

Explanation:

I would recommend Jamie Lee to use consolidating of her debt such as the credit card bills and taking personal loans only when she has a regular income and creditworthiness. She should also be able to payback her debts quickly and on time. If the interest rates offered by the company are lower for consolidated debt then she can choose this method to reduce her interest payments.

The debt management companies do not pay off her loans but they manage the funds through escrow account. On non payment it will result in diminishing personal credit score. Debt consolidation can be kept as the last resort when she is out of options to pay her debts.

Explanation:

With debt consolidation one can combine the credit bills and make single low interest payment. If Jamie Lee payment has different interest rates, different payment values and due dates then debt consolidation can be considered useful for ease of payments.

Decision by Jamie to make debt consolidation can be considered when the gross income is higher than the mortgage value, when cash is available to pay back the debts and pay the debts before the interest accumulates more than the principal amount. It is not suitable for huge amount of loans and bills.

I believe the answer is: Payment options

Payment options refers to the variety of methods that you can choose to pay for the products. Payment options generally divided into pre-payment and post-payment. In post payment, you would be billed everytime you use one product. In pre-payment, you would be billed each month for the accumulation of total products that you use.

taxes

Explanation:

import taxes

B. Bill of rights has not been proposed by internet
First four rights were established consumers introduced by John F. Kennedy in a speech which he praised which later was called the consumer bill of rights... then later the four got expanded to eight rights.
1. Right to safety
2. Right to be informed
3. Right to choose
4. Right to be heard
5. Right to basic needs
6. Right to redress
7. Right to consumer education
8. Right to healthy environment

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