Labor is one of the important aspects of the production factors. In Islamic Labor involved not only the relationship between labors but also the interpersonal relationships among employers. This relationship is known as Hablumminannas, which refers to human relations. Other than human relations, labor should also be emphasizing the relationship with the creator, which is Hablumminallah. Before the labor think about the relationships with the human, they should strengthen their relationship with the creator. People need to keep their relationship with the creator, Allah SWT. This is because when a man is getting close to Allah SWT, their life more organized and disciplined. We are the human are the servants (Abdillah) to Allah SWT. So, we as Abdillah, must do all the command from Allah and omit all Allah’s forbid. There are many ways to get closer to Allah as do the obligatory and supererogatory worship. Labor must strengthen their relationship with God so that they do not do illegal things to the religion. Guided by the Rukun Islam and Rukun Iman, people will be more cautious in doing daily worship and able to perform their job activities without any difficulties. So, we should fulfill the obligation in order to get benefit in our daily live with the guideline from al-Quran and as-Sunnah. In al-Quran, there are stated about the economic activities. There also mentioned about business (tijarah), sell and buy (al-bai) and others. Islam is encouraging the people to do the business activities as long as the people follow the Islamic principle. When doing the economic activities, we need to pay alms according to the profit that we get from our economic activities. In Islamic principle, we are also need to take care of the citizen welfare and not to cheat people around us. Doing economic activities is just not to get any profit, but also be Allah’s servant and khalifah. In economic activities, all of the production goods must be in good condition such as clean, not...
...Database Management System, a transitive dependency is a functional dependency which holds by virtue of transitivity. A transitive dependency can occur only in a relation that has three or more attributes. Let A, B, and C designate three distinct attributes (or distinct collections of attributes) in the relation. Suppose all three of the following conditions hold:
1. A → B
2. It is not the case that B → A
3. B → C
Then the functional dependency A → C (which follows from 1 and 3 by the axiom of transitivity) is a transitive dependency.
In database normalization, one of the important features of third normal form is that it excludes certain types of transitive dependencies. E.F. Codd, the inventor of the relational model, introduced the concepts of transitive dependence and third normal form in 1971.
A transitive dependency occurs in the following relation:
Book Genre Author Author Nationality
Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea
Journey to the Center of the Earth
Leaves of Grass
3.Look up “denormalization” and provide information on why anyone would want to do it.
In computing, denormalization is the process of attempting to optimize the...
...Writing about Literature
Reading literature like Beowulf and Emerson’s "Heroism" is just one stop along the way to becoming an English scholar. Writing about literature is a third essential element. In the assignment for this lesson, you will synthesize the texts you have read to write a short essay; this means you will combine details from Beowulf and "Heroism" to show your understanding.
When writing about what you’ve read, you need to consider the general idea of the text and the specific pieces of it that will support your ideas. Asking yourself two questions can help you locate supporting evidence in the text.
Which words, phrases, and sentences did the author select to make me think or feel this way about the text?
Why are those words, phrases, and sentences effective in making me think or feel the way I do about the text?
The first question will help you identify examples, details, or facts to support your central idea. The second question will help you provide the explanation of how your examples and details prove your point.
Supporting Your Ideas
When using supporting information from a text, you need to include:
You can incorporate these items in your writing in three ways:
Putting the main, broad ideas of a text entirely in your own words
Putting a specific sentence or several sentences entirely in your own words
When everything around you seems so routine and mundane, switch it up a little and think outside the box. Being known as simple, boring and everything that is done is expected, there is no room for excitement. Well all of that changes, except for the eyes of those on the outside looking in. Living double lives, both are extreme opposite of each other and both are extremely satisfying in their own right. Unfortunately they don’t play hand in hand, and the secrecy of one determines the success of the other and vice versa.
My inspiration came from the show “The Covert Affair”. The title moerso than the show grabbed my attention and was ultimately where I pulled inspiration from. It stems off of the basis of living double lives and pulling it off without anyone knowing but you. I have put a twist on it, allowing my target market to have a very diverse wardrobe, going from one extreme to the next. I have included tailored pants suits as well as dresses in my collection, depicting a very strong and structured woman. She is set in her career, yet lives a fun life, surrounded by friends and family. But they are also much like herself, safe and secure in their comfort zone. When night time falls, she becomes someone else. She is having a secret affair with excitement, with danger, with city nightlife, with fun and with herself!! Her wardrobe is no longer safe, her friends are not the same, her family has no clue that she is prowling the...
...inflation such as current purchasing power accounting, current cost accounting and continuously contemporary accounting which was not supported by the accounting professions, IASB has undertaken the work to develop conceptual frameworks for accounting.
The FASB in the US which developed one of the first conceptual frameworks in accounting defined its conceptual framework as ‘a coherent system of interrelated objectives and fundamentals that is expected to lead to consistent standards’. (Statement of Financial Accounting Concepts No 1: Objectives of Financial Reporting by Business Enterprises, 1978)
According to FASB, the conceptual framework ‘prescribes the nature, function and limits of financial accounting and reporting.’
According to the Exposure Draft (p12) publishes in 2008, the conceptual framework is:
‘a coherent system of concepts that flow from an objective. The objective of financial reporting is the foundation of the framework. The other concepts provide guidance on identifying the boundaries of financial reporting; selecting the transaction, other events and circumstances to be represented; how they should be recognised and measured (or disclosed); and how they should be summarised and communicated in financial reports.’
When developing the conceptual frameworks, there is a need to develop some consensus on important issues such as what is meant by financial reporting and what should be its scope; what...
Assignment 2: Major Paper
Word limit: 2000 words (up to 3000 will be accepted without penalty)
Weighting: 40% Due date: 18th June
Key criteria of this assignment
Component Mark / Grade
Content – does the paper examine the issue with a critical eye?
Does it the essay develop an argument that is well researched and supported.
Style – does the paper follow appropriate essay writing conventions?
Is it well written and are spelling and grammar acceptable?
Introduction and conclusion – does the paper set the scene well and wrap it up appropriately?
Referencing – does the paper use CREDIBLE references to support the claims and argument in the paper?
Does it follow accepted referencing conventions?
Overall, this is an excellent paper. A brilliant examination of the duality between work and leisure – great focus on the Protestant work ethic as well. Excellent examination of the roles of work and leisure in contemporary society as well as throughout history.
Excellent references used very well to support your case throughout. The only weakness was not following conventions for reference list (no bullet points)
The Graduate qualities being assessed by this assignment are indicated by an X:
GQ1: operate effectively with and upon a body of knowledge
GQ2: are prepared for lifelong learning
GQ3: are effective problem solvers
GQ4:can work both autonomously and collaboratively
Top of Form
Bottom of Form
Credits & Deductions
News & Events
Forms & Pubs
Help & Resources
for Tax Pros
Seniors & Retirees
Small Business/Self-Employed Home
Other International Individual Topics
Alien Taxation - Certain Essential Concepts
Classification of Taxpayers for U.S. Tax Purposes
Determining Alien Tax Status
Employees of Foreign Governments or International Organizations
Income from Abroad is Taxable
New Developments in International Taxation
Special Categories of Alien Workers
Taxation of Dual-Status Aliens
Taxation of Foreign Athletes and Entertainers
Tax Withholding on Foreign Persons
Miscellaneous International Tax Issues
Taxpayer Identification Numbers (TIN)
A Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) is an identification number used by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) in the administration of tax laws. It is issued either by the Social Security Administration (SSA) or by the IRS. A Social Security number (SSN) is issued by the SSA whereas all other TINs are issued by the IRS.
Taxpayer Identification Numbers
Social Security Number "SSN"
Employer Identification Number "EIN"
INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS ACTIVITIES AND
OVERVIEW OF FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
AND THE REPORTING PROCESS
Questions, Exercises, and Problems: Answers and Solutions
1.1 The first question at the end of each chapter asks the student to review the important terms and concepts discussed in the chapter. Students may wish to consult the glossary at the end of the book in addition to the definitions and discussions in the chapter.
1.2 Setting Goals and Strategies: Although a charitable organization must obtain sufficient resources to fund its operations, it would not pursue profits or wealth increases as goals. A charitable organization would direct its efforts toward providing services to its constituencies.
Financing: A charitable organization may obtain some or all of its financing from donations (contributions). A charitable organization does not issue common stock or other forms of shareholders’ equity, nor does it have retained earnings.
Investing: Similar to business firms, charitable organizations acquire productive capacity (for example, buildings) to carry out their activities.
Operations: A charitable organization might prepare financial statements that compare inflows (for example, contributions) with outflows. While these statements might appear similar to income statements, there would be no calculation of net income because the purpose of the charitable organization is to provide services...
...Bernard Tschumi - Six Concepts Excerpt from Architecture and Disjunction CONCEPT I: Technologies of Defamiliarization In the mid-1970s small pockets of resistance began to form as architects in various parts of the world -- England, Austria, the United States, Japan (for the most part, in advanced postindustrial cultures) -- started to take advantage of this condition of fragmentation and superficiality and to turn it against itself. If the prevalent ideology was one of familiarity -- familiarity with known images, derived from 1920s modernism or eighteenth century classicism -- maybe one's role was to defamiliarize. If the new, mediated world echoed and reinforced our dismantled reality, maybe, just maybe, one should take advantage of such dismantling, celebrate fragmentation by celebrating the culture of differences, by accelerating and intensifying the loss of certainty, of center, of history. In culture in general, the world of communication in the last twenty years has certainly helped the expression of a multiplicity of new “angles” on the canonic story, airing the views of women, immigrants, gays, minorities, and various non-Western identities who never sat comfortably within the supposed “community.” In architecture in particular, the notion of defamiliarization was a clear tool. If the design of windows only reflects the superficiality of the skin's decoration, we might very well start to look for a way to do without windows. If the...