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Find National Income and Personal Disposable Income:

    (Rs crore)
(i) Undistributed profits 70
(ii) Gross National Disposable Income 1,000
(iii) Net current transfers to abroad 20
(iv) Consumption of fixed capital 100
(v) Corporation tax 200
(vi) Indirect tax 250
(vii) Current transfers from government 50
(viii) Subsidies 60
(ix) Private income 800
(x) Personal tax 150

 

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Solution

Gross National Disposable Income = GNPMP+ Net Current Transfers from abroad (or - Net Current Transfers to abroad) or, 1,000 = GNPMP- 20 = 1020

= GNPMP- Depredation - (Indirect Taxes - Subsidies)

= 1020 -100 - (250 - 60) = 730

= Rs 730 crore

Personal Disposable Income = Private Income - Undistributed Profits (or Retained Earnings) - Corporation Tax - Personal Tax Personal Disposable Income

= 800 - 70 - 200 -150

= Rs 380 crore

Concept: Aggregates Related to National Income - Personal Disposable Income
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2015-2016 (March) Foreign Set 3

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    (Rs crore)
(i) Corporate tax 100
(ii) Private final consumption expenditure 900
(iii) Personal Income tax 120
(iv) Government final consumption expenditure 200
(v) Undistributed profits 50
(vi) Change in stocks (-)20
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    (Rs crore)
(i) Personal taxes 200
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(iii) Rent 50
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(vii) Interest 400
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    (Rs crore)
(i) Personal tax 100
(ii) Net National Disposable Income 800
(iii) Corporation tax 50
(iv) Net factor income of abroad (-)10
(v) Retained income 200
(vi) Indirect tax 170
(vii) Privet income 600
(viii) Subsidy 30
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Calculate National Income and Gross National Disposable Income from the following: 

S. No.

Items

(Rs crore)

(i)

Net current transfers to the rest of the world

(–) 5

(ii)

Private final consumption expenditure

500

(iii)

Consumption of fixed capital

20

(iv)

Net factor income to abroad

(–) 10

(v)

Government final consumption expenditure

200

(vi)

Net indirect tax

100

(vii)

Net domestic fixed capital formation

120

(viii)

Net imports

30

(ix)

Change in stocks

(–) 20

 


From the following data, calculate Personal Income and Personal Disposable Income.

   

Rs (crore)

(a)

Net Domestic Product at factor cost

8,000

(b)

Net Factor Income from abroad

200

(c)

Undisbursed Profit

1,000

(d)

Corporate Tax

500

(e)

Interest Received by Households

1,500

(f)

Interest Paid by Households

1,200

(g)

Transfer Income

300

(h)

Personal Tax

500


In a single day Raju, the barber, collects Rs 500 from haircuts; over this day, his equipment depreciates in value by Rs 50. Of the remaining Rs 450, Raju pays sales tax worth Rs 30, takes home Rs 200 and retains Rs 220 for improvement and buying of new equipment. He further pays Rs 20 as income tax from his income. Based on this information, complete Raju’s contribution to the following measures of income (a) Gross Domestic Product (b) NNP at market price (c) NNP at factor cost (d) Personal income (e) Personal disposable income.


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