Home » Past Questions » English Language » The main source of -1- (A. Production B. Revenue C .development D. capital) to t...

The main source of -1- (A. Production B. Revenue C .development D. capital) to t...


Question

The main source of -1- (A. Production B. Revenue C .development D. capital) to the government is -2-(A. planning B. budgeting C. Taxation .investment),which can be direct or indirect. while the former is based on one’s -3-(A. income B. profits C. services D. wealth),the latter is imposed on goods and -4-(A. re-numeration B. surpluses C. resources D. services) and it is paid only we these are -5- (A. supplied B. produced C. distributed D. bought) other sources includes -6- (A. compensation B. Benefits C. gratitude’s D. loyalties) such as those paid by mining companies, and sales of -7- (A. charges B. duties C. bills D. licenses ) for dogs,guns,hotels, etc .another major source is -8- (A. investment B. banking C .interest D. borrowing ) which is different from the other because it as to be repaid. From these and other sources, government is able to raise -9-(A. loans B. capitals C. money D. grant) with which it carries out its -10- (A. jobs B. necessities c. investments D. functions), which include administration and the -11- (A. settlement B. provision C. embarking D. commitment) of social services. Besides, it is able to control the country’s -12- (A. accounts B. budgets C. prices D. economy) by imposing taxes sometimes to prevent -13-(A. deflation B. monopoly C. inflation D. depression) or by altering pattern of -14- (A. consumption B. production C. development D. growth) through the raising of -15- (a. subsidy B. discount C. commission D. duty) against certain foreign goods.

Read the passage carefully and answer the question labeled 3.

Options

A) Income

B) Profit

C) Services

D) Wealth


The correct answer is A.

Explanation:

The amount of money or its equivalent received during a period of time in exchange for labor or services, from the sale of goods or property, or as profit from financial investments. For a wage earner, gross income is the amount of salary or wages paid to the individual by an employer, before any deductions are taken. For a wage earner, net income is the residual amount of earnings after all deductions have been taken from gross pay, such as payroll taxes and retirement plan contributions

More Past Questions:


Dicussion (1)

  • The amount of money or its equivalent received during a period of time in exchange for labor or services, from the sale of goods or property, or as profit from financial investments. For a wage earner, gross income is the amount of salary or wages paid to the individual by an employer, before any deductions are taken. For a wage earner, net income is the residual amount of earnings after all deductions have been taken from gross pay, such as payroll taxes and retirement plan contributions

    Reply
    Like