There is no such animal as a short term capital gain or loss... When you hold the stock for a year or more it is treated as capital and the tax rate on your realized gains is (currently) 15%. If you sell out and had held for less than a year, your gain or loss is netted together with other ordinary income such as the pay you get from a regular job, and is subject to the same tax rates as for your regular paycheck.
Net Income = Revenues - Expenses Net income = 200000 - 190000 Net income = 10000
debit cash 9000debit tax 1000credit interest income 10000
1000/- to 10000/-
No. Income averaging was removed from the Tax Code in 1986, except for farmers.
It's usually very low, around 2000-10000 income
Yes and you could have a federal income tax liability when you complete your income tax return correctly.
About 10000 rubles, or about 326 us dollars.
10000 is wrong i am a kid
10000 Billion BC
a lot of money for a 15 year old
no, because the the student giving exam are more than 10000 and for decreasing the other student they have kept this eligiblity
about $1000 dollars depends on the market
Debit cash 4000debit furniture 10000Credit capital 14000
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postkode of kosovo i think is 10000 10000 is of capital city of Kosova, Prishtina as every country in the world in Kosova also every municipality has its own postcode
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[Debit] Cash / bank 10000 Credit Customer deposit 10000
Yes. The interest is considered an Income and has to be included in your net annual income while you file your income tax returns. If your interest is more than Rs. 10000 in a year, the bank themselves can deduct TDS and remit it to the Income Tax Department.