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Solutions to tutorial questions for ACCY200.

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The Framework then states in paragraph 74 that this definition includes both revenue and gains as income. The major difference between revenue and gains is that revenue occurs from the ordinary activities of an entity and therefore includes such items as sales, fees and interest, among others. Gains, on the other hand, may arise from activities other than ordinary activities of the entity. An example of gains may be a disposal of noncurrent assets or unrealised gains such as revaluation of marketable securities, as mentioned in paragraph 76. Another...
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