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    4th Floor, Shop No- 12, Chaudhary Market, Opposite Blood Bank, Noida
  • Courses:
    Accountancy, Economics
  • Overview:

    We believe in intent and reasoning as the basis for learning and strongly support that the people who love what they do, do it better. We strive to provide you with a better way to excel in Accountancy and Economics.  

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    Concepts and reasoning. Scientifically designed program Different instructing method Address correct learning goals Objective based learning Different evaluation methods Group learning B... More [+]

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Class 11 - 12 Accountancy, Economics

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4th Floor, Shop No- 12, Chaudhary Market, Opposite Blood Bank, Noida

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Near Blood Bank

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Class 11-12 Economics Tutions
Class 11 - 12
Area: Sector 31
Pin Code: 201301
Economics is the social science that studies the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services. Economics focuse
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Class 11-12 Accountancy Lessons
Class 11 - 12
Area: Sector 31
Pin Code: 201301
Accountancy is the practice of recording, classifying and reporting on business transactions for a business. It provides feedback
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  • Question:Which is not a Direct Tax?
    Posted in:Economics | Date: 13/03/2019

    Answer:

    Direct Teaxes are those taxes which are imposed on the incomes of individuals and corporations. It includes Income tax.

    All other taxes are known as Indirect taxes. Indirect taxes are those taxes which are imposed on goods and services. For example: If you buy a commodity for Rs. 100, it includes certain taxes. These taxes are Indirect taxes. Indirect taxes include Goods and Services Tax (GST), Custom duty, road & toll tax, entertainment tax, stamp duty, etc.

  • Question:What do you mean by term fixed capital?
    Posted in:Social Studies | Date: 13/03/2019

    Answer:

    Fixed capital means the amount invested by the organisation in FIXED ASSETS. For example: the amount invested in purchase of machinery, land, buildings, motor vehicles, furniture, computers, software, patents, copyrights, trademarks, licences, etc.

    In simple words, fixed capital means the amount of non-current assets (long term assets) in an organisation.

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