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How can minus tax amount from total price i.e. 2000+5%=2100 now i want to minus 5% from 2100 and want result 2000    7  3774
What is the nature of bank account: a) nominal b) real c) personal ibm   28  30976
There is a Service Bill of Rs.50,000 & Service Tax added 10.30% & We have to deduct TDS @ 2%. Assume that Service Tax Input Credit available to Ur Co. What is the Journal Entry for this? motorola   22  30489
What exactly is derivatives segment. can u explain futures and options with examples... jpmorgan-chase   0  949
What is the meaning & definition of "THRESHHOLD LIMIT" in TDS?    7  14062
what is the rate of purchasing computer goods from Gujarat, with C form, and what is the rate to sale it in Diu (Union Territory). asd-lab   1  1475
What is Compound Interest?    4  2066
What is the Processing to Get TIN (Sale Tax No.) and what the Charges to get it....and in how many days i can get it...from Sales tax Department...Please resolve it Soon...    2  3644
The following figures relate to the trading activities of M/s ABC Traders Ltd for the year ending 31 March 2004. Particulars Amount (Rs) Sales 5,20,000 Opening stock 76,250 Purchases 3,22,250 Closing stock 98,500 Sales return 20,000 Selling and Distribution Expenses Salaries 15,300 Advertising 4,700 Travelling 2,000 Administrative Expenses Salaries 27,000 Rent 2,700 Stationery 2,500 Depreciation 9,300 Other charges 16,500 Provision for tax 4,000 Non Operating Income Dividend on shares 9,000 Profit on sales of shares 3,000 Non Operating Expenses Loss on sale of fixed asset 4,000 You are required to: (i) Arrange the above figures in a form suitable for analysis. (ii) Show separately the following ratios. Net profit ratio Operating ratio Stock turnover ratio candico   1  1820
A firm had the following Balances on 1 January 1994: (i) Provision for bad and doubtful debts Rs 2,500 (ii) Provision for discounts on debtors Rs 1,200 (iii) Provision for discounts on creditors Rs 1,000 During the year, bad debts amounted to Rs 2,000, discounts allowed were Rs 100 and discounts received were Rs 200. During 1995 bad debts amounting to Rs l,000 were written off while discounts allowed and received were Rs 2,000 and Rs 5,000 respectively. Total debtors on 31 December, 1995 were Rs 48,000 before writing off bad debts, but after allowing discounts. On 31 December, 1995, this amount was Rs 19,000 after writing off the bad debts, but before allowing discounts. Total creditors on these two dates were Rs 20,000 and Rs 25,000 respectively. It is the firm’s policy to maintain a provision of 5% against bad and doubtful debts and 2% for discount on debtors and a provisions of 3% for discount on creditors. Show the accounts relating to provisions on debtors and provisions on creditors for the year 1994 and 1995.    0  459
From the following particulars taken on 31 December, 1995, you are required to prepare a bank reconciliation statement to reconcile the bank balance shown in the Cash Book with that shown in the Pass Book: (i) Balance as per Pass Book on 31 December, 1995, O/D Rs 1,027. (ii) Four cheques drawn on 31 December but not cleared till January are as follows: Rs 12; Rs 1,021; Rs 98; and Rs 113. (iii) Interest on O/D not entered in Cash Book Rs 51. (iv) Three cheques received on 30 December and entered in the bank column of the Cash Book but not lodged in bank for collection till 3 January next: Rs 1,160; Rs 2,100; and Rs 2,080. (v) Cost of cheque book, Pass Book, etc; Rs 1.50 entered twice erroneously in Cash Book in November. (vi) A Bill Receivable for Rs 250 due on 29 December, 1995 was passed to the bank for collection on 28 December, 1990 and was entered in Cash Book forthwith whereas the proceeds were credited in the Pass Book only in January following. (vii) Chamber of Commerce subscription Rs 10 paid by bank on 1 December, 1990 had not been entered in the Cash Book. (viii) Bank charges of Rs 5 had been debited in the pass book twice erroneously. . . . plz be fast    0  511
How to create a liability for Service Tax in SAP    0  1291
What type of question generally asked in Brokerage Firm ?    0  1163
What are all the MIS reports you prepare in your company for the management    2  1648
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tell me about a time you had to deal with a conflict between a licensed and unlicensed personnel and how handled the situation? 1180
In india i did MA BE.d but now i am applying for student visa in australia in masters of professional accounting will i face any problem in interview call that why u change ur course how i ill support my answer 355
which of the following procedure would auditor lease likely perform in planning a financial statement audit? 682
what is city commodity tax 493
service tax calculated on agreement value or market value whichver is higher for builders? 479
Define capital 456
Dear Experts, I need your help in deriving a formula for calculating three taxes with a combination of cumulative and inclusive tax. Here are the examples with expected result. Please let me know the formula on how to get the given result. Example1: Total Product Value (V) = 1000 (with inclusive of all 3 taxes and below mentioned cumulative combinations) Tax1 rate is 10% and Tax1 is inclusive. Tax2 rate is 10% with Tax2 is inclusive and cumulative of Tax1 Tax3 rate is 10% with Tax3 is inclusive and there is no cumulative of Tax1, Tax2 Expected Results are: Tax1=76.34 Tax2=83.97 Tax3=76.34 Let me know formula to derive above values? Example2: Total Product Value (V) = 1000 (with inclusive of all 3 taxes and below mentioned cumulative combinations) Tax1 rate is 10% and Tax1 is inclusive. Tax2 rate is 10% with Tax2 is inclusive and cumulative of Tax1 Tax3 rate is 10% with Tax3 is inclusive and cumulative of Tax2 Expected Results are: Tax1=75.70 Tax2=83.27 Tax3=84.03 Please let me know formula to derive above values? Thanks in advance. 186
Hi, I am doing Data Entry jobs in Accounts. please let me know "How to maintain Medical stores accounts"? 548
What is difference between Contract and legel and legel and profession service???? I had face this question in interview 516
what is "goodwill" reserve and surplus and reserve with example 440
in accounts welding institute which category will come for example 1. recruitment con.pvt ltd. is man power recruit category ,so iwant to welding institute (learning welding and fibrication) 482
we have some central purchase bill against c form i want c form against this bill what requirment for form because we have not recived any c form from the cst office please advice me what i do . thanks 1117
how to calculate stt 828
Let me know the liability positions of Partners 409
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