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Ramesh Singh: Public Finance - Question 1

Which of the following is a union tax?

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Union taxes are given in the list of 7th schedule in the constitution.

Ramesh Singh: Public Finance - Question 2

Which of the following taxes is not levied by the Union Government?

Ramesh Singh: Public Finance - Question 3

Consider the following statements and identify the right ones.
i. Central government does not have exclusive power to impose tax which is not mentioned in state or concurrent list.
ii. The constitution also provides for transferring certain tax revenues from union list to states.

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Central government has exclusive power to impose tax which is not mentioned in state or concurrent list.

The constitution also provides for transferring certain tax revenues from union list to states list.

Ramesh Singh: Public Finance - Question 4

The tax levied by the union government on income of individuals is known as

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It is based on the principle of ability to pay. The tax levied by the union government on income of individuals is known as income tax.

Ramesh Singh: Public Finance - Question 5

 The tax on net income of companies is

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The tax on net income of companies is corporate tax. Tax rates are uniform for all categories of companies.

Ramesh Singh: Public Finance - Question 6

Consider the following statements and identify the right ones.
i. Wealth tax is collected from productive as well as unproductive assets
ii. Estate duty was a type of inheritance tax of large estates

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Wealth tax is collected from unproductive assets only. Estate duty was abolished in 1985.

Ramesh Singh: Public Finance - Question 7

 Which of the following taxes is/are withdrawn or abolished?

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Interest tax was withdrawn in 2000-01, estate duty abolished in 1985 and gift tax in 1998-99.

Ramesh Singh: Public Finance - Question 8

The most important source of revenue to the states is

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Sales tax is the tax on sale of goods and is influenced by the value added tax system.

Ramesh Singh: Public Finance - Question 9

The tax levied on the interstate trade of goods is

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The tax levied on the interstate trade of goods is the central sales tax.

Ramesh Singh: Public Finance - Question 10

Consider the following statements and identify the right ones.
i. The 14th finance commission is headed by C. Rangarajan
ii. The recommendations of the commission will come into effect from April, 1, 2015

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The 14th finance commission was appointed in 2013. It is headed by Y V Reddy.

Ramesh Singh: Public Finance - Question 11

The difference between revenue expenditure and revenue receipts is

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Revenue deficit= revenue expenditure –revenue receipts.

Ramesh Singh: Public Finance - Question 12

The difference between revenue deficit and grants for creation of capital assets is called

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Effective revenue deficit= revenue deficit-grants for creation of capital assets.

Ramesh Singh: Public Finance - Question 13

The difference between total expenditure and total receipts is

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Reveneue deficit= total expenditure-total receipts.

Ramesh Singh: Public Finance - Question 14

The difference between total expenditure and total receipts except loans and other liabilities is called

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Fiscal deficit= total expenditure-total receipts except loans and other liabilities.

Ramesh Singh: Public Finance - Question 15

The difference between fiscal deficit and interest payment during the year is called

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Primary deficit= fiscal deficit-interest payments.

Ramesh Singh: Public Finance - Question 16

Which of the following is a part of capital account?

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Capital account is classified into 3 parts in India- private, banking and official capital.

Ramesh Singh: Public Finance - Question 17

Consider the following statements and identify the right ones.
i. A double entry system of record of all economic transactions between the residents of a country and rest of the world is called balance of trade
ii. All transactions related to goods, services or income are classified as capital account.

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A double entry system of record of all economic transactions between the residents of a country and rest of the world is called balance of payments. All transactions related to goods, services or income are classified as current account.

Ramesh Singh: Public Finance - Question 18

The investment in productive assets and participation in management as stake holders in business enterprises is

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The investment in productive assets and participation in management as stake holders in business enterprises is foreign direct investment.

Ramesh Singh: Public Finance - Question 19

 The portfolio investment by foreign institutional investors is called

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The portfolio investment by foreign institutional investors is called foreign institutional investment.

Ramesh Singh: Public Finance - Question 20

Consider the following statements and identify the right ones.
i. India adopted LERMS in 1992
ii. In 1993, dual exchange rate system was replaced by a unified floating exchange rate.

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Liberalized Exchange Rate Management System was a dual exchange rate system in which 40% of forex earnings were converted at official exchange rate and 60% at market determined exchange rate.

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