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Canons of Taxation

by Tina S | Nov 27, 2009
Basic Principles of Taxation
  The term “taxation” comes from Latin word “Taxation”. It means too determine he payable quantum on estimate. Taxing authority determines tax to be payable by the assesse. So Tax is the revenue collected by the Government from persons and organizations under... »read more
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Accounting Principles

by Tina S | Dec 20, 2009
Generally Accepted Accounting Principles
  There are general rules and concepts that govern the field of accounting. These general rules—referred to as basic accounting principles and guidelines—form the groundwork on which more detailed, complicated, and legalistic accounting rules are based. For example, the... »read more
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by wangpanpan wangpanpan | Apr 8, 2013
these four jewelry are the items that need the WOW gamers
In a term, these four jewelry are the items that need the WOW gamers who want to offer them must achieve level 80. By the way, they are all deserving a sum of WOW gold.We encourage the most experienced Field combatants to get into the new Realm of World of warcraft International Field Competition... »read more
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Problems Of Microfinance

by Tina S | Jan 29, 2010
Some criticisms and critiques of micro finance ..
  Micro finance could be defined as banking for poor. It had been developed and popularized by Professor Muhammad Yunus. The word micro-finance itself covering a wide range of micro loans, which need to be defined in a proper manner in order to know what one, is speaking about. The... »read more
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What Is Equity

by Tina S | Mar 31, 2010
Total assets minus total liabilites
  Simply we can say, EQUITY IS NOTHING BUT ITS ONLY A WAY OF COLLECTING CAPITAL through the investor in favor of a company. Equity is the capital amount which is raised or contributed by the members of the company. For example, if your home is worth $300,000 and you owe $100,000, you... »read more
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Challenges And Aspects Do Matter In Rating MFIs

by Tina S | Mar 14, 2010
to determine the weight for the variables to consider them for the five areas of CAMEL.
A major problem with the rating of MFIs is  to select the variables responsible for as there is no specific framework for that so that statistical significance can be tested. The challenges of the study is to determine what aspects do matter with the rating of MFIs. Why the existing... »read more
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Mental Accounting

by Tina S | Jan 17, 2010
An economic concept established by economist Richard Thaler.
  A concept first named by Richard Thaler (1980), mental accounting attempts to describe the process whereby people code, categorize and evaluate economic outcomes.  Definition:   An economic concept, which contends that individuals divide their current and future assets... »read more
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Luca Pacioli

by Tina S | Nov 10, 2009
The Father of Accounting
Fra Luca Bartolomeo de Pacioli (sometimes Paciolo) (1446/7–1517) was an Italian mathematician and Franciscan friar, collaborator with Leonardo da Vinci, and seminal contributor to the field now known as accounting. The young Pacioli had always loved mathematics though, and he soon... »read more
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Asset Valuation

by Tina S | Jan 30, 2010
Net Asset Value is the market value of the assets of the scheme minus its liabilities.
In finance, valuation is the process of estimating the potential market value of a financial asset or liability. Valuations can be done on assets (for example, investments in marketable securities such as stocks, options, business enterprises, or intangible assets such as patents and... »read more
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Liquidity Ratios

by Tina S | Jan 16, 2010
The true liquidity refers to the ability of a firm to pay its short term obligations as and when they become due.
  The measurement of a firm's short run ability to pay its debts as they come due is a very important aspect of financial analysis. Most credit analysts use the current and quick ratios for this purpose. Many businesses find it necessary at some point to borrow funds. Lenders need to... »read more
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