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Quick Obligation Disclosures and Tolerable Yields of Business Concern: The Recent Tendency

Valentine Ojong Oben & William Muffee Visemih

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Oben, V.O. and Visemih, W.M., 2021. Quick Obligation Disclosures and Tolerable Yields of Business Concern: The Recent Tendency. United International Journal for Research & Technology (UIJRT), 2(7), pp.101-107.

Abstract

The study focused on quick obligation disclosures and tolerable yields of business concern: The recent tendency. The expo-facto research design was used and a content analysis where observations were carried out on the quick obligation disclosures disclosed on the yearly accounts of the business concern under investigation for a period of ten years. Data were analyzed using ordinary least square simple regression by means of SPSS package version 26 and the hypotheses formulated for the study were tested with the evaluated facts. Quick obligation disclosures were discovered to have an adverse besides substantial weight on both monetary as well as liquidness yields of the business concern in the recent time. It was therefore, acclaimed that the management of business concern investigated should sidestep income tax skirmishes and penalties at all costs, as these would always lead to quick obligation disclosures if not avoided, consequently triggering the business concern to sustain a proportion of incidentals which is not quite necessary and healthy for the business especially in the recent time.

Keywords: Business, Disclosure, Obligation, Quick, Tolerable, Yields.

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