financial reporting – MMOG Accounts http://mmogaccounts.com/ Mon, 27 Jun 2022 18:20:50 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://mmogaccounts.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-66.png financial reporting – MMOG Accounts http://mmogaccounts.com/ 32 32 City Business Plan and Budget Recognized for Financial Success for 33rd Consecutive Year – City of Mississauga https://mmogaccounts.com/city-business-plan-and-budget-recognized-for-financial-success-for-33rd-consecutive-year-city-of-mississauga/ Mon, 27 Jun 2022 17:40:43 +0000 https://mmogaccounts.com/city-business-plan-and-budget-recognized-for-financial-success-for-33rd-consecutive-year-city-of-mississauga/ The City of Mississauga received the Distinguished Budget Presentation Award for the 2022-2025 Business Plan and 2022 Budget Book – the highest form of recognition in government budgeting. This is the 33rd consecutive year that the City has received the award for Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) from the United States and Canada – […]]]>

The City of Mississauga received the Distinguished Budget Presentation Award for the 2022-2025 Business Plan and 2022 Budget Book – the highest form of recognition in government budgeting. This is the 33rd consecutive year that the City has received the award for Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) from the United States and Canada – the most received by a Canadian municipality.

“Receiving this prestigious award reflects our commitment, over the past three decades, to maximizing taxpayer dollars through the programs, services and infrastructure that residents and businesses rely on,” said Shari Lichterman, Commissioner Corporate Services and Financial Director. “This award highlights our continued commitment to transparency and accountability, as well as our ability to be strategic. By maintaining strong business practices, while continuing to innovate in the presentation of the annual budget, the City can adapt to an ever-changing environment and prioritize resources where they are most needed.

The GFOA Awards are given to municipalities that have met the highest standards in government budgeting and financial reporting. Award submissions must adhere to nationally recognized guidelines for effective budget presentation in order to be eligible to receive this award. Each budget submission is evaluated by the GFOA for its merit as a policy document, financial plan, operations guide, and communications device.

Lichterman added, “I want to thank the GFOA for this honor. I also want to thank Council and the many teams of City staff involved in our budget and business plan process, as well as the residents of Mississauga for their engagement in our budget process each year.

Review the 2022-2025 business plan and 2022 budget book.

Background:
The GFOA is a not-for-profit association serving more than 20,000 government finance professionals across North America. The purpose of the GFOA is to improve and promote the professional management of governments for the public good. This is achieved by identifying and developing financial policies and best practices and promoting their use through education, training, facilitation of member networking and leadership. The GFOA advances excellence in public finance by providing best practices, professional development, resources, and practical research to more than 20,500 members and the communities they serve. For more information on their rewards programs, visit gfoa.org.

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NEXT WEEK in SUPES: Board to review 2022-23 budget proposal for first time, receive update on local drought conditions, discuss auditor-controller litigation | Lost Coast Outpost https://mmogaccounts.com/next-week-in-supes-board-to-review-2022-23-budget-proposal-for-first-time-receive-update-on-local-drought-conditions-discuss-auditor-controller-litigation-lost-coast-outpost/ Sat, 25 Jun 2022 23:34:09 +0000 https://mmogaccounts.com/next-week-in-supes-board-to-review-2022-23-budget-proposal-for-first-time-receive-update-on-local-drought-conditions-discuss-auditor-controller-litigation-lost-coast-outpost/ The Humboldt County Board of Supervisors (left to right): Steve Madrone, Mike Wilson, Virginia Bass, Rex Bohn and Michelle Bushnell. | Screenshot. ### During next week’s meeting, the Humboldt County Board of Supervisors will discuss a range of issues on a packed agenda, including the county’s ongoing financial difficulties, litigation against the auditor-comptroller […]]]>


The Humboldt County Board of Supervisors (left to right): Steve Madrone, Mike Wilson, Virginia Bass, Rex Bohn and Michelle Bushnell. | Screenshot.

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During next week’s meeting, the Humboldt County Board of Supervisors will discuss a range of issues on a packed agenda, including the county’s ongoing financial difficulties, litigation against the auditor-comptroller , local drought response and more.

Budget proposal for the financial year 2022-23

Perhaps the most notable item on Tuesday’s agenda is the budget proposal for the coming fiscal year. The county’s backlog of overdue financial reports has made it difficult for county staff to plan for the future and create a comprehensive budget for the upcoming fiscal year. As a result, county staff developed a $570 million budget proposal to serve as a “placeholder” until a final budget is passed later this year.

“…Without the audit adjustments for fiscal years 2018-19 and 2019-20 having been published, and a significant number of unrecognized journals and accounts for fiscal year 2020-21 not being reconciled, staff are unable to provide your board with reliable information regarding fund balances, “the staff report declared. “Furthermore, delays in the closing months of the current fiscal year, delays in releasing pending log transfers, and budget expenditures and adjustments, only exacerbate the lack of financial integrity County.”

Following a presentation by Chief Financial Officer Tabatha Miller last month, the Board agreed to delay adoption of a final budget for fiscal year 2022-23 until the end of September to give more time for staff to complete the audit for fiscal year 2019-20 and for more transactions from fiscal year 2020-21 will be released to provide more reliable estimates of county fund balances.

The proposed budget of $570,531,333 will serve as a placeholder until a final budget is adopted no later than October 2. Meanwhile, the county administrative office has recommended a budget adjustment freeze, a hiring freeze and the continuation of the voluntary furlough program.

Update on local drought conditions

The board will also receive an update from the Humboldt County Drought Task Force. Over the past year, the task force has worked to develop short, medium and long term strategies to deal with the impacts of the drought throughout the county.

Humboldt County has received a significant amount of precipitation since the last Drought Task Force update in February. Even still, severe drought conditions persist across the majority of the county, according to the US Drought Watch.

Homestead Collective Weed Appeal

Council will also consider an appeal from the Homestead Collective Weed Company regarding the Zoning Administrator’s approval of a special permit for an existing 10,000 square foot outdoor cannabis operation in Blocksburg.

Citing “a long history of complications and disagreements” between the applicant and the county’s Planning and Building Department, county staff are asking the council to dismiss the appeal and deny the special permit.

“The appeal is based on concerns about a condition of approval…regarding the removal of a wetland from the site,” the staff report indicates. “The issue with the condition has been resolved, but the applicant/appellant still wants to pursue the appeal and is unwilling to pay the cost of processing their permit.”

Disagreements between the plaintiff and county staff date back to 2018 when the plaintiff initially refused to pay Measure S taxes on the issued provisional license, according to the staff report. Staff recommended rejection of the application at the May 7, 2020 meeting of the Planning Commission. At the hearing, the plaintiff agreed to pay the taxes and eventually received a special permit from the zoning administrator in December 2020. A month later, the plaintiff appealed the decision.

“The petitioner refused to pay the appropriate appeal fee and successfully persuaded a member of staff to accept the appeal request,” the staff report continues. “Planning staff worked with the claimant to address his concerns and reached a verbal agreement that the appeal would be dropped once the appeal issue was resolved. The appeal issue was dealt with, but the applicant did not abandon the appeal. »

The staff report added that “it is difficult to discern what the appellant/complainant seeks in this appeal”.

Litigation against the Auditor-Controller

The board will meet behind closed doors to discuss planned and existing litigation involving Humboldt County Auditor-Comptroller Karen Paz Dominguez.

Last month, the State of California filed a lawsuit against Humboldt County and Paz Dominguez, both personally and professionally, for failing to comply with government-mandated financial reporting requirements. A few days later, the supervisory board voted unanimously to file a counterclaim against the embattled auditor-controller for failing to fulfill the duties and responsibilities of his position.

Earlier this month, the Eureka City Council voted unanimously to file its own lawsuit against the county and Paz Dominguez for failing to distribute the “law-guaranteed tax revenue funds” of the city, according to a letter from city attorney Autumn Luna.

“Instead of calculating and distributing funds as required by law, you are asking the City of Eureka to calculate and file a ‘claim’ in order to receive its funds,” the letter states. “Computation itself is a fundamental aspect of your enumerated duties, and where the legislature has conferred an obligation upon a public official, that public official may not delegate that obligation without further specific authorization from the legislature.”

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The Supervisory Board will meet at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, June 28. The agenda and a link to live stream the meeting can be found here.

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Glancy Prongay & Murray LLP, a https://mmogaccounts.com/glancy-prongay-murray-llp-a/ Mon, 20 Jun 2022 21:33:36 +0000 https://mmogaccounts.com/glancy-prongay-murray-llp-a/ LOS ANGELES, May 11, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Glancy Prongay & Murray srl (“GPM”), a leading national shareholder rights law firm, is continuing its investigation on behalf of investors in Dentsply Sirona Inc. (“Dentsply” or the “Company”) (NASDAQ: XRAY) regarding any violations by the Company of federal securities laws. . If you have suffered a loss […]]]>

LOS ANGELES, May 11, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Glancy Prongay & Murray srl (“GPM”), a leading national shareholder rights law firm, is continuing its investigation on behalf of investors in Dentsply Sirona Inc. (“Dentsply” or the “Company”) (NASDAQ: XRAY) regarding any violations by the Company of federal securities laws. .

If you have suffered a loss on your Dentsply investments or would like to inquire about possible claims to recover your loss under federal securities laws, you may submit your contact information to www.glancylaw.com/cases/dentsply-sirona-inc-1/. You can also contact Charles H. Linehanfrom GPM at 310-201-9150, toll free at 888-773-9224, or by email at [email protected] to find out more about your rights.

On April 19, 2022Dentsply said the company’s chief executive has been terminated, effective immediately, and “will cease to be a member of the company’s board of directors”.

At this news, the Dentsply stock fell $6.52i.e. 13.4%, to close at $42.20 per share on April 19, 2022thereby harming investors.

Then, on May 10, 2022, the company said it could not timely file its first quarter 2022 quarterly report due “to an internal investigation into allegations regarding certain financial reporting matters.” Specifically, the investigation focused on “the company’s use of incentives to sell products to distributors during the third and fourth quarters of 2021 and whether those incentives were properly accounted for and whether the impact of those sales was properly disclosed”.

At this news, the Dentsply stock fell $2.87i.e. 7.3%, to close at $36.38 on May 10, 2022thereby further harming investors.

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Notice of denunciation: Individuals with nonpublic information regarding Dentsply should consider their options for assisting the investigation or taking advantage of the SEC’s whistleblower program. Under this program, whistleblowers who provide original information can receive rewards of up to 30% of any successful recovery made by the SEC. For more information contact Charles H. Linehan at 310-201-9150 or 888-773-9224 or by email [email protected].

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Glancy Prongay & Murray LLP is a leading law firm representing investors and consumers in securities litigation and other complex class actions. ISS Securities Class Action Services has consistently ranked GPM in its annual SCAS Top 50 report. In 2018, GPM was ranked among the top five law firms for the number of securities class action settlements and among the top six law firms for the full amount of the settlements. With four offices across the country, nearly 40 GPM attorneys have won groundbreaking decisions and recovered billions of dollars for investors and consumers in securities, antitrust, consumer and employment class action lawsuits. GPM attorneys have handled cases covering a wide range of corporate misconduct, including cases involving financial restatements, internal control weaknesses, earnings management, fraudulent earnings advice and forward-looking statements, audit misconduct, insider trading, violations of FDA regulations, actions resulting in FDA and DOJ investigations, and many other forms of corporate misconduct. GPM’s attorneys have worked on securities matters involving nearly every industry and sector of the capital markets, including energy, consumer discretionary, consumer staples, real estate and REITs, financials, insurance, information technology, healthcare, biotechnology, cryptocurrency, medical devices. , and much more. GPM’s past successes have been widely covered by major industry news and publications such as The Wall Street Journal, The Financial Times, Bloomberg Businessweek, Reutersthe Associated Press, Barrons, Investor’s Business Daily, Forbesand Silver.

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moment with a manager: Mark Begrin | Appalachian Highlands https://mmogaccounts.com/moment-with-a-manager-mark-begrin-appalachian-highlands/ Sun, 19 Jun 2022 04:00:00 +0000 https://mmogaccounts.com/moment-with-a-manager-mark-begrin-appalachian-highlands/ Last name: Marc Begrin Age: 45 Education: MBA Title: Vice President of Finance Company: international hard rock What are you doing? Oversee all areas of finance/financial reporting/planning and analysis/cage operations and retail In your opinion, what are the keys to success? Above all, know that no one can stop you from realizing your potential. Only […]]]>

Last name: Marc Begrin

Age: 45

Education: MBA

Title: Vice President of Finance

Company: international hard rock

What are you doing? Oversee all areas of finance/financial reporting/planning and analysis/cage operations and retail

In your opinion, what are the keys to success? Above all, know that no one can stop you from realizing your potential. Only you… Believe and surround yourself with supportive, knowledgeable, like-minded people. Finally, Stephen Hawking said: “Look at the stars and not at your feet. Try to make sense of what you see and ask yourself what makes the universe exist. To be curious.”

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List some of your main successes: Determination and perseverance. More importantly, I had great people investing in me.

Who were your mentors? Melonie Johnson – President and COO of MGM National Harbor and Rafael Verde, Senior Vice President, Regional Operations for Penn National Gaming

Can you name a turning point in your career? Leave Valet and become a general accountant. I never looked back.

What management books would you recommend? “How to Make Friends and Influence People” – Dale Carnegie, “The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership” -John C. Maxwell and “Primal Leadership” – Daniel Goleman.

Do you read national trade publications? I am not subscribed to any publication. However, I google with the best of them!

One piece of advice you would give to an aspiring manager: Whatever your current discipline or the position you work for, master leadership, communication skills and learn something new every day. Most importantly, empower your employees – if you don’t know the answer, I bet you they do.

Is there anything else you would like to add? A quote that resonates with me the most is “Nothing in the world can replace perseverance. Talent won’t; nothing is more common than talented men who fail. Genius won’t; genius won’t. rewarded is almost a saying. Education won’t; the world is full of educated dropouts. Perseverance and determination alone are omnipotent. — Calvin Coolidge. Hope this helps someone when times get tough .

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Kemira Oyj: financial reports and annual general meeting in 2023 https://mmogaccounts.com/kemira-oyj-financial-reports-and-annual-general-meeting-in-2023/ Fri, 17 Jun 2022 06:01:19 +0000 https://mmogaccounts.com/kemira-oyj-financial-reports-and-annual-general-meeting-in-2023/ Kemira OyjStock market press release, June 17, 2022 at 9:00 a.m. (EST) Kemira Oyj: Financial reporting and Annual General Meeting in 2023 During the year 2023, Kemira Oyj will publish the financial information as follows: – Bulletin of financial statements for the year 2022, February 10, 2023 towards 8:30 a.m. (Eastern time). – The 2022 […]]]>

Kemira OyjStock market press release, June 17, 2022 at 9:00 a.m. (EST)

Kemira Oyj: Financial reporting and Annual General Meeting in 2023

During the year 2023, Kemira Oyj will publish the financial information as follows:

– Bulletin of financial statements for the year 2022, February 10, 2023 towards 8:30 a.m. (Eastern time).

– The 2022 annual report will be published the week beginning on February 13, 2023.

– Interim report January-March 2023, April 25, 2023towards 8:30 a.m. (EST).

– Half-year financial report January-June 2023, July 18, 2023towards 8:30 a.m. (EST).

– Interim report January-September 2023, October 24, 2023 towards 8:30 a.m. (Eastern time).

The annual general meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, March 22, 2023 at 1:00 p.m. (EET). The company’s board of directors will call the meeting.

For more information please contact:

Kemira OyjMikko PohjalaVice President, Investor Relations
Such. +358 40 838 0709

Kemira is a global leader in sustainable chemical solutions for water-intensive industries. We provide the best-suited products and expertise to improve our customers’ product quality, processes and resource efficiency. We focus on the pulp and paper, water treatment and energy industry. In 2021, Kemira had an annual turnover of approximately €2.7 billion and approximately 5,000 employees. Kemira shares are listed on the Nasdaq Helsinki Ltd.
www.kemira.com

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Position of Vice President of Finance and Administration at Fulfill https://mmogaccounts.com/position-of-vice-president-of-finance-and-administration-at-fulfill/ Tue, 14 Jun 2022 22:13:56 +0000 https://mmogaccounts.com/position-of-vice-president-of-finance-and-administration-at-fulfill/ Job title: Vice President of Finance and Administration Department: Administration Reports to: President and CEO Classification: Full time, exempt Update date: June 2022 About Fulfill Fulfill’s mission is to alleviate hunger and enhance food security in Monmouth & Ocean Counties and to ensure that everyone has access to enough nutritious food at all times to […]]]>

Job title:

Vice President of Finance and Administration

Department:
Administration

Reports to:


President and CEO

Classification:


Full time, exempt

Update date:
June 2022

About Fulfill

Fulfill’s mission is to alleviate hunger and enhance food security in Monmouth & Ocean Counties and to ensure that everyone has access to enough nutritious food at all times to sustain active, healthy lives. . Fulfill has over 50 employees.

Our head office is in Neptune, where this position is based, with a satellite branch (The BEAT Center) in Toms River.

Summary of work

Fulfill is looking for an organized and analytical leader for our Vice President of Finance and Administration. Reporting to the President and CEO, this position is a key member of our senior management team and an active participant in strategic decision-making affecting the organization. The Vice President of Finance and Administration provides financial leadership and accountability in support of Fulfill’s mission, while maintaining its financial well-being. The successful candidate will provide regular financial reporting and analysis to inform organizational decision-making and champion policies and procedures across the organization to mitigate risk and ensure responsible stewardship of funds.

This is an exceptional opportunity for a finance executive with operational experience and a proven track record in creative problem solving and change management to join a mission-driven organization.

Professional responsibilities

Strategy and Planning

  • In collaboration with the President and CEO and members of the senior management team, leads the interdepartmental development of operating, capital, grants and development budgets.
  • Develops the infrastructure and systems needed to support strategic initiatives.
  • Acts as a staffing resource for the Finance, Investments and Audit Committees of the Board of Directors, effectively communicating and presenting critical financial issues to the Board. Participates in board and committee meetings, as requested.
  • Closely monitors agency cash flow and prepares financial forecasts as required.
  • Prepares and analyzes monthly financial data as well as banking and investment, cash and related data, and provides briefings to the President and CEO, Board of Directors and other key stakeholders of the agency.

Financial Operations and Accountability

  • Oversees all financial operations (accounting, accounts payable and receivable, payroll and banking) of the organization; monitors the integrity of the general ledger and management systems to accurately report financial activity.
  • Ensures compliance with all regulatory and funding requirements, generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP), internal controls, and Fulfill policies and procedures.
  • Develops, maintains and improves policies and procedures relating to the organization’s financial activities.
  • Coordinates the preparation and filing of agency audited financial statements and Federal Form 990 in a timely manner.
  • Works closely with the operations department on inventory management and controls.
  • Works closely with the Vice President of Development and External Relations on all fundraising activities.
  • Acts as the agency’s principal representative on all financial matters with lenders, investors, auditors and the banking community.
  • Represents the agency at public events and meetings at the request of the CEO.
  • Responsible for the regular review of financial statements with the Finance Committee of the Board of Directors.
  • Engage the Finance Committee to prepare and maintain short, medium and long term forecasts.

Technology

  • Works with outsourced IT services to manage all IT functions.
  • Manages equipment leases, including photocopiers and postage meters.
  • Works with Blackbaud on Raiser’s Edge database issues.

Risk management and administration

  • Collaborates with Human Resources on benefits, including negotiations and agreements.
  • Oversees relationships with insurance brokers and providers and oversees the solicitation of insurance proposals. Recommends policies and levels of insurance.
  • Manages all tendering processes and commercial contracts to optimize resources.
  • Leads the development of an annual risk assessment report to identify key Fulfill risks (e.g. financial, programmatic, supply chain, regulatory, operational, technology, etc.), the likelihood of each occurring over the next five years and proposed mitigation measures. Presents key findings and recommendations to the President and CEO.

Management and Supervision

  • Hires, trains and motivates a diverse and skilled workforce committed to Fulfill’s mission and values. Coaches and develops staff to maximize performance, conducts performance reviews, and makes recommendations to the President and CEO regarding salary and employment decisions.
  • Manages the finance department in a financially sound manner by ensuring that appropriate personnel, systems, internal controls, policies and procedures are in place.
  • Creates opportunities for cross-training and skills redundancy within the team to ensure business continuity.
  • Leads, oversees and supports the department with diversity, equity and inclusion as core values.

Qualifications

  • At least 7-10 years of progressive experience in nonprofit accounting, with grant management and food bank experience preferred.
  • A minimum of 5 years of supervisory experience is required for this position.
  • Exceptional analytical and organizational skills.
  • Excellent written, oral and interpersonal communication skills.
  • Technical proficiency in Microsoft Office (Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint) and accounting software (previous experience with CERES an asset).
  • Demonstrated experience in managing people and budgets.
  • Reliable transportation and valid driver’s license required.

Personal qualities:

  • A strategist who knows how to plan, prioritize, multi-task, organize and follow through while remaining highly energetic and focused.
  • A team builder with strong management and leadership skills.
  • Highly motivated, autonomous and ready to work on the job.
  • Committed to being enthusiastic about Fulfill’s mission and programs.
  • Enterprising, resourceful and flexible.
  • Direct and diplomatic, willingly sharing information, listening as well as giving advice and respecting the abilities of others.
  • Ability to translate financial concepts and collaborate effectively with colleagues who do not have a background in finance.
  • Values ​​integrity and honesty.

Salary and benefits

The salary for this position is in the range of $120,000 to $150,000, depending on experience. Excellent services. Fulfill is an equal opportunity employer and encourages qualified individuals to apply for this position, regardless of their personal background.

Working environment

Work is focused on value, goals and deadlines; traveling, driving, walking, standing, bending, lifting and carrying objects weighing more than 20 pounds; computer work; a few long hours. This position works primarily in an office environment.

TO APPLY, please send your resume to talent@munshinegroup.com.

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AMD roadmaps 2022-2024 the video https://mmogaccounts.com/amd-roadmaps-2022-2024-the-video/ Sun, 12 Jun 2022 21:23:41 +0000 https://mmogaccounts.com/amd-roadmaps-2022-2024-the-video/ AMD ADF 2022 CDNA Roadmap On Financial Analyst Day 2022, AMD released its latest company-wide roadmap updates. AMD typically divides its product roadmaps into two parts. First, its building blocks. Second, his products he builds from those building blocks. We’ll be splitting the roadmaps into Zen, Ryzen, EPYC, GPU, then the AI ​​and Embedded Software […]]]>

AMD ADF 2022 CDNA Roadmap

On Financial Analyst Day 2022, AMD released its latest company-wide roadmap updates. AMD typically divides its product roadmaps into two parts. First, its building blocks. Second, his products he builds from those building blocks. We’ll be splitting the roadmaps into Zen, Ryzen, EPYC, GPU, then the AI ​​and Embedded Software roadmaps and going through them quickly in a video format to accompany the pieces earlier this week.

AMD 2022 roadmaps organized by architecture and segment

For those who prefer to just listen instead of reading several pages of text and slides about the event, we have a video version here:

As always, we suggest opening it in a new tab or app for the best viewing and listening experience.

The goal was to extract roadmap elements from many of the marketing and financial reporting portions of this week’s presentations. AMD had 4-5 hours of content, so we thought it would make sense to distill all that information into key roadmaps. First, we covered the AMD Zen roadmap and the transition to Zen 4 and Zen 5.

AMD FAD 2022 AMD Processor Core Roadmap to Zen 5
AMD FAD 2022 AMD Processor Core Roadmap to Zen 5

This included the Ryzen notebook roadmap.

AMD FAD 2022 Phoenix Point and Strix Point Laptop Roadmap
AMD FAD 2022 Phoenix Point and Strix Point Laptop Roadmap

As well as the desktop Ryzen roadmap starting with the Ryzen 7000 series and looking to the future. Get ready for the Zen 4 AMD Ryzen Threadripper!

AMD FAD 2022 Desktop Roadmap
AMD FAD 2022 Desktop Roadmap

After that we discussed server roadmap and AMD EPYC 7004 Genoa and Bergamo. We’re also talking about the new AMD Siena and Genoa-X server processors.

AMD FAD 2022 EPYC Roadmap
AMD FAD 2022 EPYC Roadmap

Next, we moved on to the GPU side with a quick discussion of AMD RDNA 3 and the roadmap.

AMD ADF 2022 RDNA Roadmap
AMD ADF 2022 RDNA Roadmap

We spent more time on the AMD CDNA roadmap and specifically the massive AMD Instinct MI300 APU.

AMD ADF 2022 AMD Instinct MI100 MI200 to MI300
AMD ADF 2022 AMD Instinct MI100 MI200 to MI300

We briefly covered the new 4th Gen AMD Infinity Architecture.

AMD FAD 2022 4th Generation AMD Infinity Architecture
AMD FAD 2022 4th Generation AMD Infinity Architecture

AMD also shared a bit about its integrated roadmap.

AMD FAD 2022 Integrated Roadmap
AMD FAD 2022 Integrated Roadmap

This also included how AMD plans to use the Xilinx AI Engine (AIE) in chips like the Ryzen parts.

AMD ADF 2022 AMD XDNA
AMD ADF 2022 AMD XDNA

AMD is also unifying its AI software.

AMD FAD 2022 AMD Unified AI Stack 2.0
AMD FAD 2022 AMD Unified AI Stack 2.0

There’s a ton.

Last words

Overall, there’s a lot to this video, but we wanted to release it so our readers can see all of the new disclosures AMD has made about its roadmap, and also why those disclosures are important. If you want to read the original articles, you can find them below:

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Cerro de Pasco provides an update on MCTO https://mmogaccounts.com/cerro-de-pasco-provides-an-update-on-mcto/ Fri, 10 Jun 2022 20:20:00 +0000 https://mmogaccounts.com/cerro-de-pasco-provides-an-update-on-mcto/ CSE: CDPR MONTREAL, June 10, 2022 /CNW Telbec/ – Cerro de Pasco Resources Inc. (CSE: CDPR) (Frankfurt: N8HP) (“CDPR” or the “Company”) Provides an Update on its Management Cease Trade Order (“MCTO”) previously announced notice issued by the principal regulator of the Company, the Autorité des marchés financiers (the “AMF”), the May 2, 2022. The […]]]>

CSE: CDPR

MONTREAL, June 10, 2022 /CNW Telbec/ – Cerro de Pasco Resources Inc. (CSE: CDPR) (Frankfurt: N8HP) (“CDPR” or the “Company”) Provides an Update on its Management Cease Trade Order (“MCTO”) previously announced notice issued by the principal regulator of the Company, the Autorité des marchés financiers (the “AMF”), the May 2, 2022. The OCTM was issued following the Company’s announcement on April 29, 2022 (the “Default Announcement”) that it has been unable to file its audited consolidated financial statements, MD&A and related certificates of officers for the year ended December 31, 2021 (collectively the “Required Documents”), before the prescribed deadline of May 2, 2022.

Following the defect announcement and subsequent updates provided by the Company on May 17, 2022 and May 27, 2022the Company reports that it continues to work diligently with its auditors to finalize the required documents and that, primarily due to delays in incorporating the annual results of its recently acquired subsidiary, Trevali Peru, into CDPR’s financial statements and their audit review, the Company now expects to file the required documents no later than June 23, 2022. Due to the delay in filing the required documents, the Company was unable to file its interim financial statements, MD&A and related management certificates for the three-month period ended March 31, 2022 (the “intermediate documents”) before the deadline for filing May 30, 2022. The Company expects to file the interim documents immediately after filing the required documents.

As previously announced, pursuant to the OCTM, the Chief Executive Officer, Chief Financial Officer and all directors of the Company may not trade in the securities of the Company until the Company has filed required and that the AMF has not revoked the OCTM. The MCTO does not affect shareholders’ ability to trade their securities.

The Company provides this default status report every two weeks in accordance with National Policy 12-203 respecting Management Cease Trade Orders (“PS 12-203”). Until the Company files the required documents and the OCTM has been revoked, the Company intends to follow the provisions of the Alternative Disclosure Guidelines set forth in PS 12-203, including the publication default status reports every two weeks in the form of press releases.

Pursuant to the provisions of the Alternative Disclosure Guidelines specified in PS 12-203, the Company confirms that as of the date of this press release and except as otherwise indicated above, (a) there has been no material change to information contained in the Notice of Default that could reasonably be expected to be material to an investor; (b) the Company has not failed in its stated intentions with respect to compliance with the provisions of the alternative disclosure guidelines under PS 12-203; (c) there has not been, and is not intended to be, any defect specified after the defect which is the subject of the Notice of Defect; and (d) there is no other material information concerning the affairs of the Company that has not been generally disclosed.

About Cerro de Pasco Resources

Cerro de Pasco Resources Inc. is a resource management company, founded in 2012 with the original purpose of developing the El Metalurgista mining concession comprising tailings and stockpile mined from the Cerro de Pasco open pit mine in central Peru. Our strategic strength lies in the vast experience of our team and in the knowledge of the opportunities and challenges in and around Cerro de Pasco. The company is based on clear objectives, to generate long-term economic sustainability and to benefit the local population, from an economic, social and health point of view. The company’s approach at El Metalurgista involves the reprocessing and environmental remediation of mining waste and the creation of many opportunities in a circular economy.

Forward-Looking Statements and Disclaimers

Certain information contained herein may constitute “forward-looking information” or “forward-looking statements” under Canadian securities laws. Generally, forward-looking information can be identified by words such as “pro forma”, “plans”, “expects”, “may”, “should”, “could”, “will”, “budget” , “planned”, “estimates”, “plans”, “intends”, “anticipates”, “believes”, or variations, including negative variations of these words and expressions which refer to certain actions, events or results that may occur or be taken or achieved. Such forward-looking statements, including, but not limited to, statements relating to the anticipated development and operations of the Company, statements regarding the timing, review, completion and filing of required documents and interim filings as well as the duration of the OCTM, involve risks, uncertainties and other factors that may cause actual results to differ materially from those expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements or information. These factors include, among others, risks associated with exploration, development and mining activities; the impacts of macroeconomic developments as well as the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic; and any material adverse effect on the business, properties and assets of the Company. There can be no assurance that such statements will prove to be accurate, as actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such statements. Accordingly, readers should not place undue reliance on forward-looking statements and forward-looking information. The Company will not update any forward-looking statements or forward-looking information included herein, except as required by applicable securities laws.

SOURCE Cerro de Pasco Resources Inc.

For further information: Cerro de Pasco Resources Inc., Guy Goulet, CEO, Tel. : 579-476-7000, Email: [email protected]

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Ipass Student Loans: How to Deduct Unemployment Benefits When Applying for Financial Aid for College https://mmogaccounts.com/ipass-student-loans-how-to-deduct-unemployment-benefits-when-applying-for-financial-aid-for-college/ Fri, 10 Jun 2022 07:34:46 +0000 https://mmogaccounts.com/?p=3276 Ipass Student Loans: How to Deduct Unemployment Benefits When Applying for Financial Aid for CollegeIf you are applying for college financial assistance, you must ensure that your unemployment benefits are deducted from your income to get the maximum help possible. This may be challenging due to tax returns’ ambiguity and the financial assistance application procedure title loans @ Ipass. The New York Times observed that unemployment benefits are often […]]]> Ipass Student Loans: How to Deduct Unemployment Benefits When Applying for Financial Aid for College

If you are applying for college financial assistance, you must ensure that your unemployment benefits are deducted from your income to get the maximum help possible. This may be challenging due to tax returns’ ambiguity and the financial assistance application procedure title loans @ Ipass.

The New York Times observed that unemployment benefits are often considered income when determining a student’s financial aid eligibility. However, as part of the COVID-19 assistance initiatives, the US government permitted individuals earning less than $150,000 per year to deduct up to $10,200 in unemployment benefits from their 2020 taxable income.

A possible source of contention is the Free Application for Federal Student Help (FAFSA), which students and their families complete when applying for financial aid. The FAFSA must be eligible for federal Pell grants and student loans based on financial need. Additionally, states and schools utilize it to administer their financial assistance programs.

The FAFSA for the school year 2022-2023 became available on Oct. 1, 2021, and is based on financial data from the 2020 tax year. Income earned in 2020 is usually recorded on tax returns filed in 2021.

This is where the misunderstanding arises. The government relief attempt that excluded unemployment benefits took effect on March 11, 2021 — long after many taxpayers had already completed their 2020 tax returns and included their unemployment payments as income.

The IRS said that it would automatically make changes and provide refunds to people who had already submitted tax returns. However, issues may persist for early tax filers who utilize the IRS Data Retrieval Tool to complete the FAFSA form. Students and families are urged to use this tool, which enables FAFSA applicants to swiftly upload encrypted tax information into the online financial aid application.

However, since the tool imports data from the original forms, the data for early filers who did not claim the unemployment exemption will not reflect their reduced, IRS-corrected income. In the autumn of 2021, the Federal Student Help office published a warning that early tax filers who utilized the FAFSA data tool would have a higher reported income, potentially reducing their eligibility for federal need-based aid.

Meanwhile, the IRS has urged FAFSA filers not to utilize the data tool if they submitted their 2020 tax forms without disclosing any unemployment benefits.

So what are your options? Suppose you received unemployment benefits in 2020 and filed your tax return before March 11, 2021. In that case, you should contact your college’s financial aid office to have the unemployment benefits deducted from your FAFSA income.

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“Imposing more taxes on luxury items to save foreign exchange reserves” https://mmogaccounts.com/imposing-more-taxes-on-luxury-items-to-save-foreign-exchange-reserves/ Thu, 09 Jun 2022 04:33:45 +0000 https://mmogaccounts.com/imposing-more-taxes-on-luxury-items-to-save-foreign-exchange-reserves/ Atiur narrates the ICAB webinar FE REPORT | Published: Jun 09, 2022 10:33:45 a.m. | Updated: Jun 09, 2022 11:49:43 a.m. Bangladesh needs to be careful with imports and should impose more taxes on luxury items to save the country’s foreign exchange reserves, former Bangladesh Bank Governor Dr. Atiur Rahman has said. Speaking as a […]]]>

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