(solution) I have last piece for this class that you have helped me with

(solution) I have last piece for this class that you have helped me with

I have last piece for this class that you have helped me with this semester. Thank you so much it has been a crazy couple of months and the help has been awesome. 

(REMEMBER: DELETE EVERYTHING THAT APPEARS IN RED.) Please review the Final Project Part II Rubric (budget analysis) to see how your paper will be
scored.
Be sure to follow APA format when providing references. If you have questions on APA format,
you can check the Purdue OWL website or seek help from the SNHU Writing Center. Notes on APA in a Formal Assignment Set margins to 1 inch all around.
Use 12-point Times New Roman font and make sure to double-space.
Paragraphs should be at least three to four sentences.
Do not include the headings ?Introduction? and ?Conclusion.? These are included below
to help you lay out your paper. APA format assumes that the introduction begins the
paper, the body continues the paper, and the conclusion wraps up the paper, so those
headings are not needed.
Indent the first line of every paragraph 0.5?.
Be careful not to use personal pronouns such as ?I.? Make sure to delete the Paragraph 1, Paragraph 2, etc. headings as well.
Be sure to replace all the text in red on this template with your own writing. (This entire first
page can be deleted after you review the suggestions. The paper should begin with your title page
that follows.) ACC 202: Final Project Part II Budget Analysis Submission
Your Name
Southern New Hampshire University (REMEMBER: DELETE EVERYTHING THAT APPEARS IN RED.)
Introduction (Delete this heading in your final paper.)
In your opening paragraph, very briefly introduce the purpose of your paper. Recall that you
will be discussing the budget process, ?make? or ?buy? decisions, and nonfinancial
performance measures as explained in your rubric instructions. Three or four sentences are
sufficient.
Paragraph 1 (Delete this heading in your final paper.)
Using content from your submissions in Final Project Part I and your readings from Chapters
22, 23, and 25 of your Horngren?s text, discuss the initial budget process.
Paragraph 2 (Delete this heading in your final paper.)
Using content from your submissions in Final Project Part I and your readings from Chapters
22, 23, and 25 of your Horngren?s text, discuss the budget variances and potential reasons for
variances.
Paragraph 3 (Delete this heading in your final paper.)
Using content from your submissions in Final Project Part I and your readings from Chapters
22, 23, and 25 of your Horngren?s text, discuss any changes you think the company should make
based on the variance analysis. What will the changes accomplish?
Paragraph 4 (Delete this heading in your final paper.)
Using content from your submissions in Final Project Part I and your readings from
Chapters 22, 23, and 25 of your Horngren?s text, discuss any ethical considerations of the
changes you have selected based on the variance analysis. Why would you recommend these
changes? Paragraph 5 (Delete this heading in your final paper.)
Using content from your submissions in Final Project Part I and your readings from
Chapters 22, 23, and 25 of your Horngren?s text, discuss the considerations involved in deciding
whether to buy a particular component of one of your products or make the product in-house.
What factors would you consider? What are the ethical considerations? What implications could
this decision have? For each option (i.e., to ?make? or to ?buy?), how this will impact the
efficiencies of your operations?
Paragraph 6 (Delete this heading in your final paper.)
Using content from your submissions in Final Project Part I and your readings from Chapters
22, 23, and 25 of your Horngren?s text, discuss what suggestions you would make for
nonfinancial performance measures that the company should adopt. What are the pros and cons
of each? What are the ethical considerations of your suggestions? Explain the significance of
each.
Conclusion (Delete this heading in your final paper.)
The conclusion reminds the reader what your paper is about and allows you to make a final
point without introducing new information. Three or four sentences are sufficient. References
Nobles, T. L., Mattison, B. L., Matsumura, E. M. (2014). Horngren?s financial and managerial
accounting (4th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education, Inc. Make sure that you provide appropriate citations in APA style. The text is provided as an
example and should be kept in the references for your paper. Feel free to add other resources.
Remember to cite ALL the sources that you used to write this paper?not only here at the end of
your paper, but also within the body to add credibility to your statements. References that you
have used should be included in alphabetical order by the author?s last name.