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Ad-valorem Tax

 Ad-valorem tax is a kind of indirect tax in which goods are taxed by their values. In the case of ad-volorem tax, the tax amount is calculated as the proportion of the price of the goods. Value added Tax (VAT) is the example of an ad-volorem Tax. Continue reading →

Administered Price

 The term Administered Price means: The administrative body e.g., the government a marketing board or a trading group determines this price – Administered Price. The competitive market force are not entitled to determine this price. The government fixes a price in accordance with demand supply portion in the market. Continue reading →

Active Market

 The term ‘Active Market’ is a term used by stock exchange which specifies the particular stock or share which deals in frequent and regular transactions. It helps the buyers to obtain reasonably large amounts at any time. Continue reading →