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A Little Background on Codes of Ethics

A Little Background on Codes of Ethics

A good code of ethics is specific enough to give meaningful guidance, but not so detailed that it is hard to remember when and how to apply it in practice. A well-crafted code is broad enough to prevent gaps in coverage that would allow situations to fall between the cracks of the guidance it provides, and thoughtfully tested to make sure principles and rules are not stated in a way that leads to aberrant results or unintended consequences when applied.

For example, the statement “Do whatever it takes to be Number One?” might sound pretty good, if a business wants to spur its employees on to be ambitious and competitive in their pursuit of excellence. But that very statement of values could also send a message that, because being anything less than Number One is unacceptable, there are no holds barred. An employee might reasonably think that the ends justify the means, and that conduct involving lying, manipulating or harming others, or concealing mistakes is permissible, or even expected, if such conduct keeps the company on top, or at least, appearing to be on top. Of course, a long-term perspective would reveal that acting contrary to commonly held values such as honesty, fair-dealing, respect for others, and accountability often proves to be more costly in the long run, and unethical conduct has caused many a respected business giant to fall from a position of prominence. It may be helpful to restate the principle in terms of “being and staying Number One” or in terms of maintaining market prominence by pursuing excellence and being worth of customer confidence. In this course project, you will have the opportunity to try your hand at developing a code of ethics for a business.

Overview of the Code of Ethics Project

During Module 4, you will post on the discussion board a detailed description of the business for which you are creating the code of ethics and share your first draft of a code of ethics for that business. Your classmates will offer feedback in reply posts, and help you “road test” your code by applying it to business situations.

During Week 6, you will revise your code of ethics in light of what you learned from feedback from classmates and from the instructor’s comments and apply your code of ethics to case study situations to evaluate how helpful your code would be to a business decision-maker.

Due Date

Your final project is due in Module 6. You will have a chance to get feedback on your code of ethics in the Module 4 discussion, as noted in the time line below.

Time Line

Module Assignment
04 Course Project Discussion Board – first draft of your Code of Ethics
06 Final Draft of Business Code of Ethics

 

Requirements

Your final Code of Ethics submission should be 5-7 pages long, including your description of the business for which you drafted the code, your description of two case study situations, and your evaluation of how well the Code would help someone decide what to do in response to the two case study situations. The case study situations you use to road-test your code of ethics can be ones that you have faced personally or have heard about, or they can be situations your classmates mentioned in their discussion posts. You can even make up a situation, if you want. You should give enough detail about each situation so that you have enough information to work with when you apply your code of ethics to the case study situations, and choose situations that require you to make decisions that are ethically challenging, or at least, where the right or best decision is not obvious or intuitive.

Your discussion post draft and final submission should use proper spelling, grammar, punctuation, and word usage and should give credit to any source you considered, paraphrased or quoted in APA citation format.

Evaluation

Each assignment leading up to the final assignment is evaluated and graded independently. Your instructor will provide specific grading criteria for each step of the project prior to its due date.

For Further Questions

I already did 1st part week 4

 

 

here is the intructions 4 last part

 

Revise your code of ethics in light of what you learned from your classmates’ feedback and your instructor’s comments. Please be sure to incorporate your instructor’s corrections or suggestions into your final draft.

Describe two different business situations as case studies to test your code of ethics. These case study situations can be ones that you have faced personally or have heard about, or they can be situations your classmates mentioned in their discussion posts. You can even make up a situation, if you want. Give enough detail about each situation so that you have enough information to work with when you apply your code of ethics to the case study situations, and please choose situations that require you to make decisions that are ethically challenging, or at least, where the right or best decision is not obvious or intuitive.

In each of the case study situations you have described, explain how you would use and apply your code of ethics to help you decide what to do in response to the situation. Give reasons in support of your conclusions.

And here r my codes of ethics

 

My Business I would like to open is a Tax service that charges no more then $100 a return and that is including business returns. Personal returns will be no more then $79 dollars. It will be structure a LLC cause and LLC gives a lot more options. An LLC will start as a single member and hopefully grow as the business does. Ethics is very important in the tax business here is an example of my business Code of ethics

1. Employees will always abide by the provisions of the Dept of Treasury’s Cir 230

2. Employees will demonstrate Honesty,Integrity and objectivity in all Business matters

3. Employees will maintain the confidentiality of all client relations and findings

4. Employees will not knowingly misrepresent or omit information when preparing or approving and filing tax returns

5. Customers most respect the Employees right not to prepare a return the Employee feels is against IRS or This companies Code of Ethics.

6. Employees will conduct Due-Diligence on all returns and interviews with customers.

 

This statements coincide with the tax laws. that is why i picked them

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