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RBI issued currency notes under which system

 A) Maximum Fiduciary System B) Proportional Reserve System C) Fixed Fiduciary System D) Fixed Minimum Reserve System

Explanation:

RBI issued currency notes under Fixed Minimum Reserve System.

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Which cost is an example of a variable cost?

 A) raw materials B) raw materials C) labor D) All of the above

Explanation:

Variable costs are expenses that vary in proportion to the amount of goods or services that a business produces.

Examples of variable cost include labor, packaging and raw materials.

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Q:

 A) unexpected accidents B) illegal consent C) Both A & B D) None of the above

Explanation:

Insurance can help you to protect your properties and assets like home, car, stocks,... against unexpected accidents.

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Demand is said to be inelastic when

 A) Percentage change in demand is less than the percentage change in price of the good B) Percentage change in demand is greater than the percentage change in price of the good C) Percentage change in demand is equal to the percentage change in price of the good D) None of the above

Answer & Explanation Answer: A) Percentage change in demand is less than the percentage change in price of the good

Explanation:

Demand is said to be inelastic, when the demand for the good doesn't change much or it is negotiable when the price of the good changed.

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Q:

When referring to student loans, what is a grace period?

The grace period is in which time period students are not to be worried to repay the loans in that period.

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What is the objective of Financial Reporting?

Financial Reporting involves the disclosure of financial information to the various stakeholders about the financial performance and financial position of the organization over a specified period of time. These stakeholders include – investors, creditors, public, debt providers, governments & government agencies.

Financial Reporting is very important and critical task of an organization. It is vital part of Corporate Governance.

The objectives & purposes of financial reporting :–

* Providing information to management of an organization which is used for the purpose of planning, analysis, benchmarking and decision making.

* Providing information to investors, promoters, debt provider and creditors which is used to enable them to male rational and prudent decisions regarding investment, credit etc.

* Providing information to shareholders & public at large in case of listed companies about various aspects of an organization.

* Providing information about the economic resources of an organization, claims to those resources (liabilities & owner’s equity) and how these resources and claims have undergone change over a period of time.

* Providing information as to how an organization is procuring & using various resources.

* Providing information to various stakeholders regarding performance management of an organization as to how diligently & ethically they are discharging their fiduciary duties & responsibilities.

* Providing information to the statutory auditors which in turn facilitates audit.

* Enhancing social welfare by looking into the interest of employees, trade union & Government.

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Financial management process deals with

 A) Financing decisions B) Investments C) Both A & B D) None of the above

Explanation:

Financial management refers to the efficient and effective management of money (funds) in such a manner as to accomplish the objectives of the organization. It is the specialized function directly associated with the top management.

Hence, it deals with Financial decisions.

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Q:

 A) Payday loans B) Cash advances C) Debit cards D) Credit cards

Explanation:

1. Cash
2. Debit Card

The amount in the debit card is the only amount you can spend to stay within budget.

These method work because once you spend your money, you are done. You don’t have anything else to spend.

Credit cards, payday loans, and cash advances are all loans on future income. When you use a credit card, there is always just a little bit more you can spend. These types do not help you budget properly. In fact, these types encourage you to spend beyond your means and be out of budget.