How do I get a Penalty Charge Notice (PCN)?
A Penalty Charge Notice (PCN) is issued by a local authority when a driver is caught breaking certain traffic laws, such as parking in a restricted area or not paying the appropriate fare on public transport. The type of traffic offence, location and time and the amount of the fine are all printed on the PCN. You can get a PCN by committing a traffic offence and being caught doing so by a civil enforcement officer, CCTV camera or ANPR camera. Trying to appeal or ignore the PCN will not eliminate the financial penalty – if you don’t pay within the allocated time period, the local authority may take you to court to recover the fine.
What drives the differences in consolidation under US GAAP and IFRS?
The differences in consolidation under US GAAP and IFRS are primarily due to differing standards and interpretations of how certain transactions and financial relationships should be accounted for. US GAAP is generally more conservative than IFRS and may require a company to consolidate more entities than IFRS does. US GAAP also requires more detailed disclosures related to consolidations and accounting for variable interests in entities than IFRS does. Additionally, US GAAP also requires an assessment of risks and rewards relating to variable interests in entities while IFRS does not. Other differences include US GAAP's requirement of more stringent criteria for a VIE and its assessment of the mergeability of entities. Lastly, US GAAP requires more disclosures of parent and nonconsolidated subsidiary undertakings in comparison to IFRS.
What is a workflow in Logic App?
A workflow in Logic App is a series of steps that are used to perform tasks on the cloud. A workflow typically consists of triggers, actions and conditions that can be used to monitor and manage cloud-based applications, processes, and services. These workflows can be run on a schedule or in response to events, such as web requests or data coming from an external source.
How do I choose the best melon?
When choosing a melon, look for one that is symmetrical and heavy for its size. The stem and vine should be intact and the skin should be slightly firm and free from bruises. The melon should have a sweet fragrance and its surface should look smooth and not dry or cracked. Also, gently press the melon at one end gently with your finger. The flesh should give slightly, indicating it is ripe and ready to eat.