What is a united profit sharing corporation coupon?
Are they worth any money? These coupons were given when gasoline was purchased back in the 1930's. You could order items from a catalog (just like grocery store stamps). I have an invoice dated 9/3/41 for an 'ICE CUBE BREAKER' sent by Bennett Brothers, Inc, 485 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY (invoice N151722). My 94 year old mother gave me a stack of them recently. She said my father gave her sister a camera he got with some of them.
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Can a Corporation that comes into substantial profit from the sale of an asset use the profits to buy back outstanding shares to avoid capital gains tax?
Answer . \nNo. The sale of a property that results in a profit results in a capital gain. Capital Gains are reportable on the 1120 and the state form (if the state has a…n income tax).\n. \nThe repurchase of shares (buy-backs) are not a taxable transaction.
Answer . The advantages of profit sharing in companies is a system where employees receive a portion of the company's profits and staff is in the same position as sharehold…ers. The Advantages are improved loyalty to the company and mesh Management with Staff. The employees are more willing to accept changes within their working practices because it decreases costs for the company and increases the profit margin.. The Disadvantages are that the share given to employees is often too small to provide essential incentive. The employees may feel that no matter how hard they work it will not show a noticeable effect on the companies profit margin so this leads to no incentive.. i like fluffy ginger pubes
I also have one which was inside a package of Queen Regent Toilet Soap made by Swift & Company. I believe this soap package dates from the 1910's, judging by the piture on th…e box. I too would like to know if there is any value, collector or otherwise.
Do United Profit-Sharing Corporation Coupons have any value from National Grocery Company, New York, NY. Are these coupons collectible? Should these be archived somewhere? See…king an answer and/or guidance. Thank you.
What year was the wrigley's united profit- sharing coupon made and much are they worth now what year was the wrigley's united profit- sharing coupon made and how much are they… worth now 953493 1935
Yes, to take care of all the other biz which is non-givernmental n profit oriented.
Between 40 and 90 percent of profits go to stock holders as Dividends. This mostly depending on how corporate by laws set up the corporate organization, also what type of fede…ral welfare the corporation takes part in can also play a part. Oh forgot! Reinvestment of profits also plays a major factor in determining shareholder reimbursement. Labor both skilled and non-skilled plays no part in profits as they are fully regarded as an expense.
You have some southern oil stores profit sharing coupons each coupon is equal to two and one half coupons are they worth anything and who would you contact?
Southern Oil Stores was a Jacksonville, FL based gasoline marketer that was founded in 1929 or so, and operated stations as far west as Jackson, MS and as far north as Richmon…d, VA. They used the United coupon program, along with other retailers (worked like S&H Green Stamps) from at least the early postwar era as late as 1955, possibly earlier and later. Last Dixie Vim stations in the chain closed in the 1980s, some individual stations taken over by local owners and lasted longer. Wayne Henderson Kernersville, NC
Agreements between railroad corporations to divide the business in a given area and share the profits were called?
These agreements were called pools. These railroad companies didthis to protect their profits. In 1887, this practice wasprohibited by Congress when it passed the Interstate C…ommerce Act.
Not-for-profit corporations, formed under the nonprofit laws of their respective states, have members instead of stockholders. Any income made cannot be distributed to the mem…bers.
Yes they can, there's nothing in law to stop that especially as charities have a trading company that helps to fund the charity so both could be sharing the same office.
EPS represents the portion of a company's profit allocated to each outstanding share of common stock
found a catalog from 1924 united profit sharing corp looking forthe value
United Way is a not for profit.