Price-to-Earnings? COBRA? RFS?

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    Paul Carson

    Hey Matthew ~

    Typically I reserve my "chiming" for factoids that I am confident in sharing; however, since you have an exam on Monday, I will share my thoughts in case no one has time to attend.

     

    #1. & 2/ If you are skeptic on findings in the AHPP, trust your gut. I don't believe NCARB is going this deep into 'these' difference; for likeminds, I now want to know. That said, ask that question while studying the different firm organizational structures; as company earnings vary from shareholders-chairmen, corporate entity tpartners-members, etc. This is what I believe they are pushing us to learn more about with this type finance Q.

    #3. Request for Service would be a term mentioned in public, or possibly at the water-cooler; so again NCARB is possible attempting to get us focuses on the difference between R.F.P / R.F.I. / R.F.Q.  Try researching and mastering your thoughts on how these (3) differ, it sure helped me.

    "perseverance winks at luck, says: how does it feel to be #2" ~ unknown proverb

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    Savannah Steele

    @paul thank you—for the unknown’s proverb especially

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    Paul Carson

    Haha, thx. the reason it's unknown, is the fact that I physically and mentally have so much passion in architecture; that with no one to group with to assist in studies, I tend to invent proverb without even trying.  I am sure we all do the same, it's enjoyable as "word of the day"...make up a word, share it with colleagues/friends/family/strangers; and see where it goes. STAY-POSI

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    Rubi Xu (Edited )

    department of labor website listed COBRA as requirment for office more than 20 rather than 15 .

     

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    Valerie Galchenko

    According to US Department of Labor, COBRA generally requires that group health plans sponsored by employers with 20 or more employees in the prior year offer employees and their families the opportunity for a temporary extension of health coverage (called continuation coverage) in certain instances where coverage under the plan would otherwise end.

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