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Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) for Active Duty USA, USN and USAF Members

This information applies to active component Army, Navy and Air Force members, and certain Navy reserve members (those reservists paid on the active component system; if you are unsure of which system you are paid on, please see your finance office). For other members, see our TSP for Reserve/Guard page for more information.

You may elect both Roth and/or traditional TSP contributions. Traditional TSP contributions are deducted pre-tax; taxes are deferred until you withdraw your contributions. Roth TSP contributions are taken after-tax. If you elect to contribute to TSP, the contributions will be deducted from your pay account. Further information on TSP as well as election forms may be obtained at www.tsp.gov. You may also find information from your command or installation personal financial counselors, or your finance office.

Starting TSP Contributions

To participate in TSP, you must have elected a minimum of one percent of your basic pay for either traditional or Roth TSP contribution.

To participate in TSP, you must have elected a minimum of one percent of your basic pay for either traditional or Roth TSP contribution.

Because Roth TSP is calculated based on gross pay but deducted from net pay, you need to do the math to make sure you have sufficient net pay for the Roth contributions. Traditional TSP also has a number of other deductions taken first, so you will need to make sure you have sufficient pay for traditional TSP also.

If you wish to make a Roth election (or add a traditional election to a Roth election), you will need to use the Roth election worksheet (adding the traditional election to the Roth election could result in insufficient net pay available for the Roth election). Use the worksheet for Roth contributions from basic pay, special pay and incentive pay and a separate worksheet for Roth contributions from bonuses and one-time special pay.

Please see the combined maximum percentage charts if you plan on having both a traditional and Roth election (myPay has system checks for combined maximum percentages that will assist you with this). Choose the chart matching your situation: Have Traditional TSP and adding Roth TSP or Have Roth TSP and additing Traditional TSP. It is important to use these tools to avoid having insufficient net pay to cover the contributions.

If you wish to make a traditional TSP only election, you will need to use the traditional election worksheet for basic pay, incentive pay and special pay. For traditional TSP only, you will not need to use a worksheet for bonus and other one-time special pays, since the only deductions for those pays are taxes, and traditional TSP is tax deferred.

Changing TSP Elections

Life and your financial needs and goals change. Whether you need to reduce your contribution elections to balance your home budget or increase them to meet your future goals, you MUST submit contribution percentages in all pay categories when changing elections either via myPay or when submitting a TSP-U-1.

For example, if you are satisfied with most of your current elections, but wish to increase the percentage of basic pay, you must repeat your current elections in each pay category along with the increased percentage for basic pay. Failure to submit the correct percentage in each pay category will cause your contribution elections for unmarked categories to be recorded as zero percent. The fields displayed in myPay for regular TSP can be changed to other values, or to zero if no percentage is desired.

Stopping TSP Elections

Currently, the military pay system handles a stop to all traditional elections and a stop to all Roth TSP contributions elections differently.

If a stop to all traditional elections is submitted in June, it will be effective at the end of June and the last contribution will be made in June. If a stop to all Roth elections is submitted in June, it will be effective at the end of May, and the last contribution will be made in May.

A future change will align Roth TSP to work the same as traditional TSP. Until that change is made, please consider this issue when submitting an election to stop all traditional or all Roth TSP elections.

TSP Catch-Up Contributons

If you are 50 or over (or will turn 50 during the calendar year in which you make the election) and plan to contribute the maximum elective deferral amount to traditional and/or Roth TSP or an equivalent employer plan, you may be eligible to make additional contributions to TSP, called catch-up contributions .

Starting in January 2015, you can start Roth or traditional catch-up on myPay. To stop or change the amount of your current monthly catch-up contributions, you will be able to submit a TSP-U-1-C form to your finance office as you do now. That form will also be available to start catch-up elections if you do not have access to myPay.

Read this Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board fact sheet on catch-up contributions


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Among ‘the best in the area’, Gorrissen Federspiel is experienced in handling acquisition financings and facilities agreements, among other matters. Morten Nybom Bethe led advice to a banking syndicate comprising Nordea, SEB and Nykredit on the financing of EQT’s acquisition of Huscompagniet. Michael Steen Jensen heads the practice. Mikkel Fritsch was recently promoted to partner.

Kromann Reumert’s team provides ‘very good service’ and is often instructed on financings across a variety of sectors, including shipping, energy and real estate. Practice head Jakob Bernhoft is ‘a good negotiator’ who assisted Glycom with the financing of its acquisition of Vitalys’ factory. Kim Rasmussen is recommended and Jacob Høeg Madsen was promoted to partner.

Plesner’s ‘very commercial’ practice acts for domestic and international clients on matters such as acquisition financings, project financings and commercial lending. ‘Trusted’ practice co-head Thomas Maaberg Hansen advised Danske Bank as the lead arranger, lender and agent of a €10m revolving facility for Sitecore. Søren Thyssen Valerius and the ‘extremely knowledgeable’ Jørgen Permin also lead the team.

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Bruun Hjejle’s ‘top-quality’ group often handles financings and regulatory matters. Well-regarded group head Jakob Echwald Sevel advised Danske Bank as the lender and agent on a DKK1bn revolving credit facility to finance FSN’s acquisition of Netcompany. The team includes Karsten Kristoffersen and Henrik Dahl.

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Headed by the well-regarded Ian Tokley, Lundgrens has extensive experience of handling acquisition financings and restructurings. Andreas Tamasauskas advised PKA on the financing of the acquisition and development of a commercial and residential area in Copenhagen. Other clients include DSV, Nordea and PKA.

Easy to work with’, the team at Horten advises on a broad scope of matters, including restructurings, acquisition financings and compliance matters. Practice head Claus Bennetsen assisted Ardian with the financing of the client’s acquisition of a majority stake in Solina Group. Recently promoted partner Lars Lüneborg has ‘valuable international experience’.

Moalem Weitemeyer Bendtsen handles acquisition financings for Danish and international clients. Group head Lennart Meyer Østenfjeld was instructed by Polaris Private Equity on obtaining DKK432m of financing from Jyske Bank for the acquisition of a Danish IT company. The team also includes Dan Moalem, Claus Molbech Bendtsen, founder of family office Bendtsen, and Thomas Weitemeyer.

Njord Law Firm often handles structurings and compliance matters, as well as financings in the real estate sector. Co-head Kim Høibye has been advising Nykredit on the structuring, establishment and offering of a number of institutional and retail financial products and funds. The team is also led by Jørgen Erik Frandsen and the ‘excellent’ Ulrich Hejle, who was promoted to partner.

Andersen Partners’ team is headed by Søren Stig Hansen, who is often instructed on project and acquisition financing, securities and regulatory matters. Hans-Christian Ohrt, Torben Bang and Jon Stefansson are names to note.

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Bech-Bruun’s ‘efficient’ team provides ‘an extremely high level of service’ covering matters including asset finance, acquisition finance and regulatory work. ‘Service-minded’ practice head Morten Krogsgaard advised HSH Nordbank on financing of the Vandel photovoltaic project. David Moalem has been advising a number of Danish financial institutions regarding the implementation of the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive II (MiFiD II) and the Markets in Financial Instruments Regulation (MiFIR). The team also includes Thomas Thordal Sevelsted and Steen Jensen.

Among ‘the best in the area’, Gorrissen Federspiel is experienced in handling acquisition financings and facilities agreements, among other matters. Morten Nybom Bethe led advice to a banking syndicate comprising Nordea, SEB and Nykredit on the financing of EQT’s acquisition of Huscompagniet. Michael Steen Jensen heads the practice. Mikkel Fritsch was recently promoted to partner.

Kromann Reumert’s team provides ‘very good service’ and is often instructed on financings across a variety of sectors, including shipping, energy and real estate. Practice head Jakob Bernhoft is ‘a good negotiator’ who assisted Glycom with the financing of its acquisition of Vitalys’ factory. Kim Rasmussen is recommended and Jacob Høeg Madsen was promoted to partner.

Plesner’s ‘very commercial’ practice acts for domestic and international clients on matters such as acquisition financings, project financings and commercial lending. ‘Trusted’ practice co-head Thomas Maaberg Hansen advised Danske Bank as the lead arranger, lender and agent of a €10m revolving facility for Sitecore. Søren Thyssen Valerius and the ‘extremely knowledgeable’ Jørgen Permin also lead the team.

Headed by the ‘pragmatic’ Kim Toftgaard, Accura Advokatpartnerselskab’s team primarily advises on a range of financings and refinancings. Toftgaard recently advised SEB as the lender on financing an acquisition of residential properties in Copenhagen. The team also includes the ‘highly efficient and pleasant’ Jacob Nygaard.

Bruun Hjejle’s ‘top-quality’ group often handles financings and regulatory matters. Well-regarded group head Jakob Echwald Sevel advised Danske Bank as the lender and agent on a DKK1bn revolving credit facility to finance FSN’s acquisition of Netcompany. The team includes Karsten Kristoffersen and Henrik Dahl.

DLA Piper Denmark provides ‘well-organised’ advice for a variety of clients in the banking and finance area, including pension and private equity funds. The ‘essential’ Joachim Kundert Jensen has been assisting developer FB Gruppen with the combined acquisition and project finance regarding the development of a residential area in Copenhagen. Finn Overgaard heads the team, which includes Hans Madsen and Henrik Puggaard.

Headed by the well-regarded Ian Tokley, Lundgrens has extensive experience of handling acquisition financings and restructurings. Andreas Tamasauskas advised PKA on the financing of the acquisition and development of a commercial and residential area in Copenhagen. Other clients include DSV, Nordea and PKA.

Easy to work with’, the team at Horten advises on a broad scope of matters, including restructurings, acquisition financings and compliance matters. Practice head Claus Bennetsen assisted Ardian with the financing of the client’s acquisition of a majority stake in Solina Group. Recently promoted partner Lars Lüneborg has ‘valuable international experience’.

Moalem Weitemeyer Bendtsen handles acquisition financings for Danish and international clients. Group head Lennart Meyer Østenfjeld was instructed by Polaris Private Equity on obtaining DKK432m of financing from Jyske Bank for the acquisition of a Danish IT company. The team also includes Dan Moalem, Claus Molbech Bendtsen, founder of family office Bendtsen, and Thomas Weitemeyer.

Njord Law Firm often handles structurings and compliance matters, as well as financings in the real estate sector. Co-head Kim Høibye has been advising Nykredit on the structuring, establishment and offering of a number of institutional and retail financial products and funds. The team is also led by Jørgen Erik Frandsen and the ‘excellent’ Ulrich Hejle, who was promoted to partner.

Andersen Partners’ team is headed by Søren Stig Hansen, who is often instructed on project and acquisition financing, securities and regulatory matters. Hans-Christian Ohrt, Torben Bang and Jon Stefansson are names to note.

Nielsen Nørager’s practice has experience of acting for international banks on project and acquisition financings. Thomas Weisbjerg and Morten Eldrup-Jørgensen are key names.

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Accounting and Finance BA (Hons) – Newman University, Birmingham, accounting and finance.#Accounting #and #finance


Accounting and Finance BA (Hons)

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Overview

Why study this course?

The BA (Hons) Accounting and Finance degree at Newman provides you with the skills, knowledge and resources relevant for a wide range of enterprises in the private and public sectors.

We focus on student-centred learning, and the development of the whole individual which will help you to develop into a successful accountant and financial professional with the capacity and vitality to make a difference.

Accounting and Finance at Newman is taught in smaller class sizes than many UK universities which enables discussion and debate to embed learning and view problems from a variety of perspectives, a vital skill for accountants. In this course you will study accounting and finance in a way that addresses values and ethics in a way not achieved in other institutions.

In the first year, the solid foundation for future study will be laid where you will gain an understanding of accounting and finance. You will also study important business issues such as business law, business environment and business economics.

Over the three year course a variety of modules are covered to equip you with the knowledge to go on to be successful. Some of the types of modules you can expect include financial accounting, management accounting and decision making, personal and business taxation, auditing and assurance, corporate financial management, financial analysis and financial reporting.

Newman provides excellent academic and individual support. Teaching is much more than just lectures, you will have the support of seminars, tutorials, group activities, study skills and fieldwork. Taught modules are assessed through a variety of different forms of coursework, such as reports, presentations, analysis tasks and reflective logs. Members of the department are always happy to give individual tutorials and advice on research and writing assignments.

What makes this course noteworthy?
  • In the second year as part of your course you will take part in a work placement. Newman has exciting connections with internationally known businesses where previous students have undertaken work placements. Alternatively there is the opportunity to complete your work placement abroad if you wish to do so. Students have travelled to the EU, Hong Kong, the USA and South Korea on work placements in the past.
  • Graduates from this course have a chance to gain exemptions from the professional Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) qualifications and the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA), the Chartered Institute of Public Finance, Accountants (CIPFA) examinations and ICAEW (Institute of Chartered Accountants of England and Wales).
What careers can I consider?

The skills, knowledge and resources you develop on the programme will be relevant for a wide range of organisations and industries in the private and public sectors. The department s previous graduates have gained management roles in a broad range of areas.

The programme will give you the skills and knowledge that you need to be able succeed in the future. Graduates from Accounting and Finance are highly sought after and are able to use their skills and knowledge in a wide range of different areas. Graduates of Accountancy and Professional Services are regularly recruited by the `Big Four accounting firms – Ernst and Young, KPMG, Deloitte and PricewaterhouseCoopers, as well as other graduate level employers. As a graduate of Accounting and Finance, there are opportunities to work in both local government and central government departments such as the National Audit Office, FSA, HMRC, and HM Treasury.

At Newman, the Careers service also organises fairs and events throughout the year to give you a chance to meet graduate recruiters and ask your questions; These include the `Graduate Recruitment fair , `The Finance, Business and Management Fair and the `Postgraduate Study fair .

Depending on the course units that you have chosen during your degree you may be eligible for exemptions for professional examinations. For further information, you can find more information about the exemptions that could be obtained from:

We currently have limited Key Information Set data as the course starts in September 2016, any statistics given above either relate to the University overall or are taken from an existing course within a related subject area.

Newman University would like to draw your attention to our Academic Regulations. These regulations are your Terms of Reference and should be considered when making a decision to study with our institution.

Entry requirements

September 2018 Entry Requirements

You must achieve either at least 96 UCAS points including a minimum of CC at A level or equivalent (e.g.MM at BTEC Diploma), or a total of 88 points from a maximum of 3 A levels.

Access Students can achieve the requirements with the following combination of Distinction, Merit and/ or Pass grades at level 3 achieved from a completed Access course. 96 UCAS Points: D21-M3-P21; D18-M9-P18; D15-M15-P15; D12-M21-P12; D9 M27-P9; D6-M33-P6; D3-M39-P3; D0-M45-P0.

5 GCSEs at grade C or above including maths and English at 4/C or above or recognised equivalents are also required.

Fees per academic year: 2017/18

Please note for 2018/19 the University reserves the right to increase fees broadly in line with increases in inflation, or to reflect changes in government funding policies or changes agreed by Parliament.

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is not required for entry into this programme, although it is in many cases required by employers before students can begin their Year 2 (level 5) work placement. The cost of the DBS is currently 50 (including processing fee) with the option of subscribing to the update service which is currently 13 per year. For more information on your DBS application please click here.

Year 1 modules

INTRODUCTION TO QUANTITATIVE METHODS

MODULE TITLE : INTRODUCTION TO QUANTITATIVE METHODS

MODULE CODE : AFU402

MODULE SUMMARY :

The module introduces a number of quantitative techniques and the use of statistical computer software. The importance of quantitative methods in informing analysis and good decision making and in the effective running of organizations cannot be underestimated. The module provides the opportunity for all to build and improve numerical, mathematical and statistical skills, and apply these to practical problems in the context of finance, economics and business.


SOAF: School of Accounting and Finance, accounting and finance.#Accounting #and #finance


School of Accounting Finance

The School of Accounting and Finance (SOAF) is the largest of the eight schools in the Faculty of Business and Economics.

The school’s main objectives are:

i.) To provide high quality teaching, learning and support to our students;

ii.) Provide courses which are accessible and relevant to all students within the region; and

iii.) Engage in research which: contributes to the disciplines of accounting and finance; and has relevant policy implications.

The School’s Undergraduate and Post-Graduate accounting programmes have regional and international recognition, including accreditation by the Fiji Institute of Accountants (FIA) and CPA Australia.

The school maintains close links with its industry partners and collaborates with them to provide training and consultancy services. These partners include the Pacific Association of Supreme Audit Institutions (PASAI) and the Fiji Institute of Accountants (FIA).

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