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Capital and Revenue

Capital and Revenue

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Published by Dr Sarbesh Mishra
Presentation illustrating the capital and revenue items.
Presentation illustrating the capital and revenue items.

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Published by: Dr Sarbesh Mishra on Aug 21, 2009
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05/02/2009Dr Sarbesh Mishra
Capital and Revenue
Capital Income
– The term “Capital Income”means an income which does not grow out or pertain to the running of the business proper.
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Capital Profit
Cost of the Building – 1,00,000/-Selling Price of the Building – 1,50,000/-Capital Profit = 50,000/- Which implies profit realised over and abovethe cost of the fixed asset should beconsidered as Capital Profit.
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Revenue Profit
Example:Cost Price of Plant = 1,00,000/-Book Price of Plant (After Depreciation)= 70,000/-Selling Price = 1,20,000/-Profit = 1,20,000 – 70,000 = 50,000/-So here Profit has two components namelyCapital Profit + Revenue Profit = 20,000 + 30,000

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