Net present value is negative when A The present value of cash inflows is

Net present value is negative when a the present

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58.Net present value is negative when A. The present value of cash inflows is greater than the present value of cash outflows. B. The present value of cash outflows is greater than the present value of cash inflows. C. The future value of cash inflows is greater than the present value of cash outflows. D. The present value of cash outflows is greater than the future value of cash outflows. E. None of the options listed 59.Which of the following is an example of a deferral? 60.A company began the accounting period with $50,000 in owner’s capital, ended with $75,000in owner’s capital, and the owner withdrew $30,000 during the period for personal use. Whatwas the company’s net income or loss for the period? 61.Deciding whether to record a sale when the order for services is received or when the services are performed is an example of a
62.Share allotment account is a ________.A. Personal account.B. Real account.C. Nominal account.D. Impersonal account.63.Share application account is a __________.64.The minimum share application money must be at least _________.65.Premium received on issue of shares is shown on ______.66.Premium on issue of shares can be used for ________.A. Distribution of dividend.B. Writing off capital losses.C. Transferring to general reserve.D. Paying fees to directors.67.Section ______ of companies act 1956 deals with the scheme of stock-invest
68.When shares are issued at premium which of the following account iS credited?69.After getting minimum subscription of shares, the company has to allot shares within ____ days.

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