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As we all know Govt. of Indiacollects tax revenue on variousactivities in the country. Whichof the following is a part of thetax revenue of the Govt. ? (i) Tax on Income(ii) Tax on Expenditure(iii) Tax on Property or CapitalAsset(iv) Tax on Goods and ?->(Show Answer!)
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1. As we all know Govt. of Indiacollects tax revenue on variousactivities in the country. Whichof the following is a part of thetax revenue of the Govt. ? (i) Tax on Income(ii) Tax on Expenditure(iii) Tax on Property or CapitalAsset(iv) Tax on Goods and Services






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