Information about performance of company is disclosed by?
balance sheet and cash flow statement
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Do you have to disclose where the car is located to the finance company in order to allow them to repossess your car?
No, you don't have to tell them. Try to make up the paymentsthough. If the lender gets a court order, a "writ of replevin," then youhave to tell the sheriff's officer where the car is when he comesto the door.
Answer . \nCall your local Inter Company Arbitration Assocition and ask to speak to the manager. If you give them the company name they may be able to tell you based on their experience.
Answer . \nIt depends on whom they are giving the information. Agencies such as the IRS are entitled to such information. Creditors generally are given permission by the consumer to access of such info., as a means of verification for credit approval.
In Texas they are allowed to ask your hire date, last day of employment, your ending salary and if you are eligible for rehire. If you are not eligible for rehire the prospective employer cannot ask why. The problem is if you were laid off and signed a severance package that would make you ineligibl…e. ( Full Answer )
Answer . \nLegally it may vary from State to State. I believe though, they can only be asked how long you were employed. And if they would rehire you.. but again it may vary... Answer . It depends on who's asking. If it's a refernce check, likely they will only confirm that you worked there…, rate of pay and position held. Limiting this information will help prevent a lawsuit for 'slander'.\n. \nIf it's the government asking (IRS, Police, Sherriff, FBI etc.) And they have appropriate warrants, they must provide more information about you. ( Full Answer )
NO! But I'm not sure about any country. As i searched some of them published such data and some not.
Talk about closing the barn door after the horse escapes. Get an attorney, and don't do that again.
Your tax information should stay between you, your employer and a reputable firm [ if any ] that prepares your taxes and no one else. No one else needs to know that information. Everything about you is contained there. Keep that information as private as you can.
You never disclose any type of information such as banking, any passwords or pins, codes etc - possibly when your married. Simple general information when just meeting someone is okay, but its best not to disclose anything until you have known a person for sometime and know them, or able to trust th…em, as well - there are a lot of cons and thieves out there and its better to be safe than sorry. Be selecting with information as if you find they are asking a lot of questions that you are just not comfortable with simply tell them that and change the topic. You don't ever have to talk about anything you do not want or give any information about yourself that may be used against, and also keep personal items wallet etc. in sight or put safely away when someone you don't know or trust is around. ( Full Answer )
You shouldn't disclose personal information such as phone number,addresses or information about your children. If you discloseinformation, you can be harassed by advertisers and other people.
How does a health insurance company verify information pertaining to past medical history Can they find out everything even if you dont disclose it if so how?
When you see a doctor for any medical condition, it is recorded at the Medical Information Bureau or "MIB." Insurance companies use the MIB to obtain medical history on pre-existing conditions.
There are a few ways that you can get information on a company using the Internet. You can search for information, news, etc. on a company using search engines like Google, Yahoo, and Bing. You can also use resources like Hoover's Online and LexisNexis.
If you get a traffic ticket for red light and you are not the driver and the driver is your wife do you have to disclose that information that she was the driver and not you?
No, you don't have to, but if you take the responsibility it is your license that will get the points placed against it.
Contact the bank, police, credit cards, anything that you need to to make sure that you are safe and that none of your information is any more compromised, I would also recommend that you contact Social Security.
If an insurance company is investigating you can they disclose any information about you to the person they are interviewing?
Not enough infomration given. Information such as WHAT ? They will certainly have to reveal your name and possibly enough information about you to identify you to the person(s) being questioned.
Formally, the information collected after an experiment is the result. Based on the observed the result(s), one can formulate a conclusion.. data, observations . If this is for the Sunday Express crossword, Sunday 20th Sept, question 26 across, I put 'feedback' as the answer, which would be inform…ation in response to an inquiry. ( Full Answer )
The following questions are adapted from the article, "30 Interview Questions You Can't Ask and 30 Sneaky, Legal Alternatives to Get the Same Info," HR World, September 28, 2009: . whether you have a religious affiliation (and/or what it is) . what religious holidays you observe . your nat…ive language . how long you've lived in the United States . whether you belong to any social clubs or organizations . your age . how long you plan to work before you retire . your marital status . whether you have, or plan to have, children . whether you would work during a pregnancy, and whether you would come back after maternity leave . whether you can get a babysitter on short-notice . the name of your closest relative (in case of emergency) . what your parents do for a living . whether you can do the job as well as a man/woman . whether you are comfortable being supervised by, or supervising a man/woman . your opinion on intra-office dating . whether you smoke or drink . whether you take drugs . your height or weight . how many sick days you took in the past year . whether you have any disabilities . whether you've had any past illnesses or operations . whether you've ever been arrested . whether you were honorably discharged from the military . whether you are in the National Guard or Reserve . Most of these questions aren't illegal, per se, but should be considered warning signs of potential discriminatory hiring practices. Employers may ask questions that are relevant to performance of the job; some of which may be similar to those above (for example, while they can't ask about prescription medication, they can ask if you use illegal drugs.) . To read the full HR World article, see Related Links, below. ( Full Answer )
In a personal relationship that is becoming intimate , any pertinent physical or mental health problems or previous abusive relationships. . In business , none except what is required by law . . In casual social relationships , don't discuss anything you don't want anyone and everyone to know.
Can a private college impose a disciplinary expulsion on youthful offender because of not disclosing information?
It is possible that if a specific question is asked regarding previous offences and those offences are NOT SPENT then it is possible for them to do this . If the offence is such that it COULD possibley effect other sudents (sexual offences for instance) then again many education bodies have clear c…hild protection policies . The answers to this are somewhat difficult as it depends on the nature of the offence, the country the establishment is in and the educational governance of that college ( Full Answer )
Receivables from company officers and employees should be disclosed separately on the balance sheet?
Receivables from employees and officers should be listed separatelyon the balance sheet due to most receivables are from sales. Thisallows outside stakeholders to see an accurate picture on thecompany's ability to collect on credit sales.
A business doesn't have to disclose anything. However a publicly traded company has full disclosure because anyone can own a piece by simply buying stock in the company.
Wife married in community of property signs lease with tenant without husbands consent and does not disclose this information to the tenant nor disclose information to husband considered as fraud?
It is not fraud if it was done inadvertently. The effect would be that the lease is invalid. The question would be the extent of the damages incurred. If there is a great deal of money involved you should consult with an attorney who can review the situation and determine what your options are. Perh…aps the husband could sue for half of the rent money that was collected and also require that the tenant must move out. ( Full Answer )
yes income statement or profit and loss account is primary object of disclosing the performance of a company or enterprise
When using and disclosing sensitive information what needs to be done to minimize incidental disclosures?
Not discussing others' personal information in public places; Protecting computer screens from public view; and Observing the Minimum Necessary Standard
When you go to buy some of the products online, they should have all the information you need about the product. Some have blogs which can be very helpful too:
I'm 21 and live in UK What can I do if my doctor discloses personal private information about me to my mother?
Unless either party is planning on admitting to that in a civil court, there is not much to be done about it. Send a stern letter to the doctor, in which you calmly and firmly explain to him how you were hurt by that, and note in that letter that copies are being sent to whatever medical board, asso…ciation or whatnot you have in that area. ( Full Answer )
Which form of government regulation is being enforced when a business is required to disclose information about products?
Keep in mind who buys the products from a business? Consumers. Therefore, . consumer protection. is the answer.
Can you return vehicle and get a new vehiclewhen it was involved on an accident but dealer did not disclose this information?
No! It is the buyers need to take due diligence! In other words, you are responsible for what you buy. The dealer may not have been aware, and as always a person is and should be responsible for their own actions!
Can you claim unemployment if a company fires you for a pending felony case but you disclose information before background check was conducted?
You can always claim unemployment. Whether you get the benefit or not is the question. I am an employer of 2 companies and usually if you state on the aplication that you have a history as a convicted felon and then they fire you for that reason then yes you should be able to get the unemployment ca…lim approved. However you state that you have a pending felony case. Now it depends on the company policies and the state guidelines that apply to the situation at hand. My companies only use convictions to determine employment. So if it is a pending case the conviction has not yet occurred. If I hired you on the bases that you do not have a conviction yet then that is all fine. But if my policiies state that if you are convicted of a felony before or after you are hired that you could be dismissed or terminated then that will apply to you in this situation. The other part of it is the states unemployment departments interpretation of the case and the law at hand regarding the situation. I know only a partial answer, sorry. But you asked if you could claim unemployment. The answer to that is yes. Will you get it, who knows without more information. ( Full Answer )
When the meaning of information is disclosed to only authorized individuals which service is provided Information availabilty or information integrity or information confidentiality or info nonrepudi?
When the meaning of information is disclosed to only authorized individuals the service provided is information confidentiality. Information availability is exactly that - the availability of the information. If the system crashes or is bogged down by a DDOS attack, availability is impacted. Informa…tion integrity is keeping the information from being altered from its correct values. If the data is corrupted or replaced with incorrect information, integrity is impacted. Non-repudiation is providing proof that data was sent by a particular party or received by a particular party. One example would be on-line bill paying. The bill paying application should be able to provide the bill payer with proof that the payment of the bill was received by whoever they were paying. Conversely, there are times that it is important to prove the source of data. If someone sent an email agreeing to purchase a piece of land for a particular amount, and then tried to renege on the deal, it would be important to have a mechanism in place to prove that the original email really came from them. Digital signatures are often used to provide non-repudiation. ( Full Answer )
In order to obtain accurate performance information, raters must provide objective and unbiased ratings of employees
What is an attempt to penetrate the security of a system by convincing people to disclose secret information?
this would be called social engineering example someone calls an employee and says they are it and they need their password and the employee gives up the info
Some states presently allow disclosure of the following types of mental health information without patient consent: to other treatment providers, to researchers.
If an item is unique and significant but it does not meet the criteria for being both "unusual and infrequent," the item must remain in the main section of the income statement; it can however be shown as a separate line item. For exampleof situations that do not qualify as extraordinary items los…s from frost damage to a Florida citrus crop and (2) the write-down of inventory from cost to a lower amount. Apparently the frost in Florida is not unusual in nature and not infrequent. Similarly, it's not unusual for items in inventory to have a current value lower than its cost. Although these things maybe significant, unusual, and important, they do not belong in the section containing extraordinary items.mercedes trejos. ( Full Answer )
HIPPA is a law that protects all health care information Advance directive are documents written while a person is still able to make decisions
A psychiatrist has the duty to disclose certain information to theauthorities if the patient is deemed a danger to other people. Ifthey disclose other information, they may be open to litigation orprofessional misconduct charges.
Does an insurance agent have to disclose the name of the company that insures his client if there is a claim against his client?
To make this clearer I called this agent stating I wanted to make a claim against his client. He is an independent agent, and sells insurance from many companies. He is giving me the run around. Is required to tell me the name of the company that insures his client?
Under HIPAA, a fine of up to $50,000 or up to one year in prison, or both
It can be neutral, it can be unprofessional, it can be unethical, it can be illegal, or it can be exactly what you are supposed to do, depending on the nature of the information and your role at the company. The profession in question will have guidelines and/or codes of ethics helping people to …decide what kinds of information should be available to the public, and what kinds of information should be under various levels of control. Presumably a company wants information about its products, their uses benefits and costs, to be known by as many people in the company's market as possible. It is the job of some employees to market the company's products and to oversee sales. Proprietary information, information that is expressly owned by the company and that is involved with processes, coding or formulas that make their products unique, are not just information but property . Revealing these may constitute a breach of ethics or even criminal activity. Except for cases where you become aware of criminal activity at the company, if you disclose information for the express purpose of committing fraud, actively harming your company's business or reputation, or to advance the interests of some other company, then you are probably in a lot of trouble. The safest thing you can do is to follow your job description and assigned tasks, and the written policies and procedures the company has in place dealing with disclosure of information, talking with the press or other media, or representatives from other companies. Don't share one bit of information with anyone (unless reporting a crime) that you would be one bit embarrassed to share right in front of the company's CEO, Human Resources officer, legal department, your pastor/clergy person, or your mother. If that thought makes you queasy, then keep it to yourself. You may find yourself in the paper the next day, named as the source of some embarrassing dirt, and there will be quite a lot of dirt on your face, pictured on page one. ( Full Answer )
There is no requirement for them to disclose information. As longas the power of attorney exists, the grantor is still living andthey are not heirs.
I assume you are talking about disclosing your current life insurance policies to a company that you are applying to for a new policy. You should be absolutely as truthfull as you can in every aspect of any insurance applications that you fill out. The application and policy are a legally binding co…ntract. If it is deemed that you lied on an application on any fact that is determined to be material to the issuance of the policy the insurance can and will find the contract null and void. They depend on the facts that you give them to decide on the policy issued and rates given. As in any legal contract if one party provides false or misleading information to get the other party to enter into a contract then the other party cannot be held to the terms of the contract. You don't want to pay for a policy that will not pay off when you need it. ( Full Answer )
Generally, the patient himself has to sign an agreement allowing the health care provider to share health care information about himself with another person. Thus, for example, if the patient was going to a specialist, the patient would sign allowing his primary care doctor to give the specialist in…formation. If the patient is under age 18, then the patient's parent or guardian would sign. Some adults may have a guardian -- adults who are mentally incompetent typically have a legal guardian. Insurers get information from providers about patient care and services billed. When the patient is at the office, he (or his guardian) signs allowing the provider to share information with the insurer. When you "sign out" at the doctor's office, you are signing a form that allows them to bill the insurer and give whatever related information is needed. ( Full Answer )
An equity release allows someone to remain in their home, while receiving an income for it. It's very similar to a reverse mortgage. All the risks associated with the equity will be disclosed, such as the fact the person can no longer sell their home if they needed to.
To assist in the welfare and treatment of the patient ! It's no good transferring a patient from one hospital to another - without telling the destination hospital the patients history. Otherwise the doctors at the new hospital would have to perform a complete diagnosis all over again - wasting ti…me. ( Full Answer )
A person can receive personal fines for disclosing information about an individual depending on the contract structure. For example, if a person signs a contract that provides those penalties for disclosing information, then the fines could be imposed.
Disclose is a website where conspiracy theories are listed and explained. It has come under some criticism for fuelling these conspiracy theories with very little factual basis.
One can find this type of information on the websites of manufacturers of diesel vehicles or in the owners' manuals of such vehicles. For more unbiased information, one could consult an automotive rating company such as Edmunds.
A psychiatrist disclosed a service members protected health information phi to a department head for determination of that members fitness to perform for a particular mission the psychiatrist also res?
No action may be taken against the technician in accordance withHIPAA's policy of non-retaliation against whistleblower.
No they shouldn't disclose your personal information without your authority to do so. If you don't want anyone to know certain personal iinformaion you need to be very carefull what you sign. The fin print on the application and in the policy allows alot of personal information to be turned over to …whomever may need this information. ( Full Answer )
How would you handle a prospective employee who disclosed inappropriate information during the job interview?
Simply change the subject and continue the discussion as you normally would. You may want to politely end the meeting earlier than usual. If this person has said something inappropriate, you will not want to hire him or her, since you will not be able to trust such an employee to refrain from simila…r behavior in the future. ( Full Answer )