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Liabilities – Meaning, Types and Examples

The liabilities are those valuable things which the business owes (Loans) someone else or other business and which have to pay ...
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What is Drawing – Meaning and Examples

In accounting, Drawing means anything withdrawal by the owner from the business in cash or in kind(any item). In other words, ...
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What is Capital – Meaning and Example

In accounting, capital means anything brought by the owner into the business in cash or in kind(any item). In other words, ...
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Financial Accounting | Introduction | Functions

Financial Accounting is measurement, processing, and communication of financial information about a business or organization.it is basic accounting or initial ...
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Financial Accounting Terminology

If you are starting the study of Financial Accounting then firstly you have to know about important/Basic Financial Accounting Terminology. Because ...
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Basic Accounting Principles (GAAP) – Explanation

Every company must follow some principles, rules and guidelines to prepare the books of accounts or financial statement which is ...
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Goods and Services Tax (GST) meaning and overview

Meaning of Goods and Services Tax-: Goods and Services Tax (GST) is an indirect tax levied in India on the ...
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Goods and Services Tax vs Old Indirect Tax Structure

Goods and Services Tax vs Old Indirect Tax Structure: - Goods and Services Tax vs Old Indirect Tax Structure: Here ...
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Implementation of GST and Acts of GST | with Example

Implementation of GST was very difficult because it will subsume multiple indirect taxes and will have to apply the whole ...
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Exceptions to the Law of Demand – Explain with Examples

Before Explaining the Exceptions to the Law of Demand, you have to know the meaning of demand and law of ...
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Law of Demand – Definition and Explanation with Example

 Law of demand expresses the relationship between price and quantity demanded of a given commodity. It states that “ the ...
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Theory of demand – Explanation with graphical representation

Theory of Demand is the economic relationship between the quantity demanded of goods and services that consumers are able to ...
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VLOOKUP in Excel – Explanation with example

What is VLOOKUP: - In VLOOKUP, V stands for vertical and with the help of this formula, we can retrieve the ...
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HLOOKUP in Excel – Explanation with example

HLOOKUP in Excel: In the HLOOKUP Function "H" stand for horizontal and with the help of this formula, we can ...
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IF Function in Excel – Explanation with example

IF Function in Excel: - The "IF" Function in Excel is a logical test, which represents the result in two ...
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