Uses of funds, Cost Accounting

Dividends                                                                                        ................

Non-operating losses not passed through P and L A/c                     ................

Redemption of redeemable preference share capital                      ................

Repayment of debentures/bonds                                                    ................

Repayment of long-term loans                                                       ................

Purchase of fixed assets                                                                  ................

Purchase of long-term -investment                                                ................

Increase in working capital                                                             ................

Posted Date: 4/9/2013 1:42:55 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Uses of funds, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Uses of funds, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Uses of funds Discussions

Write discussion on Uses of funds
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
How the FIFO, LIFO and AW problems can be solved?

Methods of Work in Progress The two main methods used for purposes of valuing the opening work in progress: 1. Weighted Average Method 2. FIFO or First In First out Meth

(a) Calculate the number of US imports with and without the tariff. (b) Calculate the dead weight loss of the tariff. (c) Calculate the loss in consumer surplus resulting fro

i want to understand everything about contract account

The government of a small South Pacific island is considering whether to allow development of a small but valuable deposit of phosphate rock. Not having the resources to develop an

under which type of asset the investment comes


West Industries is a highly decentralized corporation with independent operating divisions. Each division is evaluated and rewarded based on its total net income. One of the divisi

Explain the value attached to this common exercise undertaken by Accountants.

Most of David's clients are local. However, a few of his clients require out of town travel. He incurred $2,500 of airfare, $1,570 in lodging and $1,313 in meals relating to the bu