CARIBBBEAN BREWERS: TRANSFER PRICING, ETHICS AND GOVERNANCE

FALL 2015
ETHICS ASSIGNMENT 2

CARIBBBEAN BREWERS: TRANSFER PRICING, ETHICS AND GOVERNANCE

Page set up: One inch margins, Times New Roman 12 point font. Double spaced. Two pages.

As future professional accountants, you must possess excellent written communication skills if you are to be successful. Therefore, we have adopted the “Fatal Flaws” approach in grading written assignments in this course. See the Fatal Flaw” policy below. In your essay, you should address the following. This does not mean answer the questions as separate items. They should be woven into a well written narrative.

1. What is the main issue?

2. Why is it an issue?

3. Do the cost allocation and pricing policies make sense?

4. What is the impact of the pricing and cost allocation system on the financial statements?

5. Who are the stakeholders?

6. Which, if any, stakeholders are impacted?

7. Who is the CEO responsible to?

8. What should the CEO report to the Board of Directors?


“FATAL ERROR LIST”
D.J. Eder, Ph.D.

In an effort to assist with enhancing your writing skills, the School of Accountancy has adopted the “Fatal Error” policy in its curriculum. This listing was derived from the accreditation experts; the policy allows for making writing development a priority in your learning. Learning to avoid the following mistakes will also help you to succeed on the CPA exam.

THE LIST
1. Each different word misspelled
2. Each sentence fragment
3. Each run-on sentence or comma splice
4. Each mistake in capitalization
5. Each serious mistake in punctuation that obscures meaning
6. Each error in verb tense or subject/verb agreement
7. Lack of conformity with assignment format
8. Each improper citation, or lack of citation, where one is needed

THE POLICY
Papers with more than four fatal errors found on any ONE page will be returned subject to a grading penalty of five points for each return. Re-writing will occur until fewer than four fatal errors exist

Students with fatal errors are required to visit the Center for Professional Communication before submitting the assignment for the third time. Documentation is required of this visit. When re-submitting, students will attach the original assignment to the re-write and the documentation. Re-writes are due within one week of the return of the assignment. Failure to visit the Communications Center as prescribed will result in an “Incomplete” for the course.

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