This is the beginning of the case involving Natalie, who is invesFor this assignment, you will apply what you have learned from the unit lesson and the required unit resources. This assignment will allow you to practice what you have learned so far. You will be working on this same case study throughout this course. The Cookie Creations case study starts on page 1-44 in the textbook. Read the case study, and answer the questions below.
A. What form of business organization (i.e., proprietorship, partnership, or corporation) do you recommend that Natalie use for her business? Discuss the benefits and weaknesses of each form, and explain the reasons for your choice.
B. Will Natalie need accounting information? If yes, what information will she need, and why? How often will she need this information?
C. Identify specific asset, liability, and owner’s equity accounts that Cookie Creations will likely use to record its business transactions.
D. Should Natalie open a separate bank account for the business? Why, or why not?
Please respond to each question substantively as the highest grades will be reserved for those that thoroughly answer the questions and show an understanding of the concepts from Chapter 1.Your responses to these questions should be supported by what you have learned from this unit, your textbook, and additional resources. Your response should be a minimum of two pages in length and include at least two references. Adhere to APA Style when creating citations and references for this assignment.
This is the beginning of the case involving Natalie, who is invesFor this assignment, you will apply what you have learned from the unit lesson and the required unit resources. This assignment will al
CC1 Natalie Koebel spent much of her childhood learning the art of cookie-making from her grandmother. They passed many happy hours mastering every type of cookie imaginable and later creating new recipes that were both healthy and delicious. Now at the start of her second year in college, Natalie is investigating various possibilities for starting her own business as part of the requirements of the entrepreneurship program in which she is enrolled. A long-time friend insists that Natalie has to include cookies in her business plan. After a series of brainstorming sessions, Natalie settles on the idea of operating a cookie-making school. She will start on a part-time basis and offer her services in people’s homes. Now that she has started thinking about it, the possibilities seem endless. During the fall, she will concentrate on holiday cookies. She will offer individual lessons and group sessions (which will probably be more entertainment than education for the participants). Natalie also decides to include children in her target market. The first difficult decision is coming up with the perfect name for her business. Natalie settles on “Cookie Creations” and then moves on to more important issues.