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Excel Tips And Utility

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Excel Tips And Utility A formula is an expression which calculates the value of a cell. Functions are predefined formulas and are already available in Excel. Although many people use the term ‘Excel Formulas’ to refer to the Excel Built-In Functions, the term ‘Excel Formula’ actually encompasses a wider range of operations in Excel. Therefore on […]

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Youngest Company Secretary in India – 19 year old Girl

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Youngest Company Secretary in India – 19 year old Girl First impressions are always deceptive. Take, for instance, Bhopal’s Avani Mishra. When you first meet her, she comes across as a regular girl-next-door, bubbling with enthusiasm and energy. But when you are told she’s the youngest Company Secretary (CS) in India, you curse yourself for […]

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Difference Between Direct Tax and Indirect Tax

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Difference Between Direct Tax and Indirect Tax Difference Between Direct Tax and Indirect Tax Everyone of us, had heard about tax, it is a compulsory financial obligation, payable to the government. But this definition is not sufficient for understanding the complete tax system. It has been mainly divided into two broad categories Direct tax and […]

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6 Clauses of the Memorandum of Association

6 Clauses of the Memorandum of Association 6 Clauses of the Memorandum of Association : Memorandum of association must have the following clauses: 6 Clauses of the Memorandum of Association Name Clause Situation Clause Objects Clause Liability Clauses Capital Clause Association Clause 6 Clauses of the Memorandum of Association 1. Name Clause: A Company is […]

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Preference Shares and Its Types

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Preference Shares and Its Types Preference Shares and Its Types Definition of ‘Preference Shares’ Company stock with dividends that are paid to shareholders before common stock dividends are paid out. In the event of a company bankruptcy, preferred stock shareholders have a right to be paid company assets first. Preference shares typically pay a fixed […]

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PROCEDURE OF COMPANY FORMATION PRIVATE LIMITED COMPANY

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PROCEDURE OF COMPANY FORMATION PRIVATE LIMITED COMPANY  PROCEDURE OF COMPANY FORMATION PRIVATE LIMITED COMPANY     1. Minimum Members: For starting a Private Limited Company, there should be at least a minimum of 2 members and a maximum of 200 members. The maximum number of members to 200 has been raised to 200 from 50 […]

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Type of Real Options

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Type of Real Options Type of Real Options Following are broad type of Real Options (a) Growth Options: Sometimes it may be possible that some projects have a negative or insignificant even the managers may be interested in accepting the project as it may enable companies to find considerable profitability and add values in future. Some of […]

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Dividend Discount Model

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Dividend Discount Model It is a financial model that values shares at the discounted value of the future dividend payments. The model  provides a means of developing an explicit expected return for the market. Since shares are valued on the actual cash flows received by the investors, it is theoretically the correct valuation model. Under this model, the […]

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Chart Of Excel Short Cuts

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Chart Of Excel Short Cuts This shortcut will a create a chart using data in current range on a separate worksheet. This is a very good way to quickly visualize data to check for patterns, outliers, or inconsistencies. Formulas make Excel smart. With out them, Excel is just a data keeping tool. But by using […]

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Types of Derivatives

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Types of Derivatives Types of Derivative Instruments: Derivative contracts are of several types. The most common types are forwards, futures, options and swap. Forward Contracts A forward contract is an agreement between two parties – a buyer and a seller to purchase or sell something at a later date at a price agreed upon today. […]

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