strategic plans


strategic plans
 стратегические планы; планы генерального развития бизнеса и долгосрочной структуры организации; стратегии организации пересматриваются не систематически, а при необходимости, например, при внедрении новых технологий, изменении в предпочтениях потребителя, возникновении нового конкурента и др. Subchapter Scorporations
 корпорация, отвечающая определенным стандартам, установленным правительством, таким как численность акционеров и размер предприятия не выше установленного лимита, и имеющая поэтому возможность выбора системы налогообложения как у единоличных собственников или партнерств, что позволяет избежать двойного налогообложения; двойное налогообложение предполагает выплату налога на прибыль корпорации, а затем выплату подоходного налога на полученные дивиденды.

Англо-русский толковый словарь бухгалтерских и финансовых терминов. - Издательство "Академия Естествознания". . 2012.

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