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TOPIC – Sources of Business Finance

Mcq Questions For Ncert Class 11 Business Studies Sources of Business Finance

Question. In order to avoid failure in non-payment, fixed capital requirements should be met through which type of source of finance?

(a) Long-term sources
(b) Short-term sources
(c) Medium-term sources
(d) None of the above

Answer : A

Question. The depository receipts issued by the company in the USA are known as ………. .
(a) GDR
(b) ADR
(c) FDR
(d) Both (b) and (c)

Answer : B

Question. Statement I Participating preference shares participate in the management of the company.
Statement II The owner funds are a permanent source of finance.
(a) Statement I is correct and statement II is wrong
(b) Statement II is correct and Statement I is wrong
(c) Both the statements are correct
(d) Both the statements are incorrect 

Answer : B

Question. The working capital requirements of a business is high if ……
(a) sales turnover of business is high
(b) it sells goods on credit
(c) it has any expansion plans
(d) All of the above

Answer : D

Question. Primary goal of business finance is to
(a) increase corporate value
(b) increase brand value
(c) reduce debt burden
(d) avail opportunities

Answer : A

Question. One of the demerits of loan from financial institutions is that, financial institutions may put …… in the board of directors of the borrowing company which restricts their power.
(a) independent directors
(b) nominee directors
(c) experts
(d) auditors

Answer : B

Question. Directors of X Ltd wants to expand the company, for this they need land, new factory shed and machines. Being the financial advisor of the company which source from the following you will recommend them?
(a) Debentures
(b) Inter-corporate deposits
(c) Loan from commercial banks
(d) Equity shares

Answer : D

Question. Statement I Retained earnings involve any explicit cost in the form of interest, dividend or floatation cost.
Statement II Retained earnings are an uncertain source of fund.
(a) Statement I is correct and statement II is wrong
(b) Statement II is correct and Statement I is wrong
(c) Both the statements are correct
(d) Both the statements are incorrect

Answer : D

Question. Fixed capital requirements of a manufacturing concern are
(a) same as that of a trading concern
(b) more than that of a trading concern
(c) less than that of a trading concern
(d) None of the above

Answer : B

Question. Non-payment of debts on time results in
(a) higher interest costs
(b) loss of goodwill
(c) fines and penalties
(d) All of these

Answer : D

Case Based MCQs :

A company is searching options to raise ₹ 20,000 crore from the financial market for diversification and modernisation of existing projects. It hired the services of a renowned financial consultancy firm for suggesting options for the same. The financial consultancy firm suggested a list of options to the board of directors of the company. It was decided that for the immediate requirement of ₹ 1,500 crore, the company will make a new issue of shares without diluting the right of existing shareholders according to the terms and conditions of the company and ₹ 4,500 crore, would be raised by taking loans from financial institutions. It was further decided to raise capital to the term of ₹ 6,000 crore through debentures. All these options were accepted by the board of directors. The board further decided that trade credit can be used to finance short-term capital requirements. The company also decided that they will use their undistributed profits in case of shortfall of funds.

Question. ₹ 4,500 crore would be raised by taking loans from financial institutions. Loans from financial institutions are provided for
(a) short-term
(c) long-term
(d) Both (b) and (c)

Answer : D

Question. The board of directors further decided that trade credit can be used to finance short-term capital requirements. Identify one of the sources of trade credit.
(a) Banks
(b) Traders
(c) Suppliers
(d) Customers

Answer : B

Question. It was decided that for the immediate requirement of ₹ 1,500 crore, the company will make a new issue of shares at a fixed rate of dividend without diluting the control of existing shareholders, according to the terms and conditions of the company. Name the type of financial securities issued by the company.
(a) Equity shares
(b) Debentures
(c) Commercial papers
(d) Preference shares

Answer : D

Question. The usage of undistributed profits indicates the usage of which source of capital?
(a) Bonds
(b) Equity shares
(c) Preference shares
(d) None of these 

Answer : D

Question. Which of the following sources of finance used by company does not involve any cost?
(a) Shares
(b) Debentures
(c) Trade credit
(d) Loans from financial institutions

Answer : C

Question. Debentures are said to be the economical source of finance because of which of the merits?
(a) Low floatation cost
(b) Tax benefits
(c) No loss of control
(d) Fixed interest

Answer : B

Vinita is the finance manager of Kipla pharma Co. As the company wants to import a piece of new machinery from Japan for its expansion, the capital requirements for the same are estimated to be ₹ 5 crore. Vinita reported that the company is not in a position to bear extra burden of paying interest so the company should use owned capital sources than borrowed capital.
The board of directors are confident about the sales turnover and cash flow position of the company in the coming years and supports the borrowed capital source of raising capital. The company is also considering using retained earnings for the same.

Question. The control of shareholders over management will get diluted if the company raises the capital by
(a) equity shares
(b) debentures
(c) loans 
(d) preference shares 

Answer : A

Question. Which of the owned source can be used by company without much of regulations?
(a) Raising share capital
(b) Retained earnings
(c) Using ADR/GDR
(d) Both (b) and (c)

Answer : B

Question. If the cash flow position of the company is strong, the company can raise the required capital by issuing ……… to enjoy tax benefits.
(a) shares
(b) bonds
(c) debentures
(d) commercial papers 

Answer : C

Question. Which of the following is a merit of retained earnings?
(a) Retained earnings are permanent source of funds for an organisation.
(b) It enhances the capacity of business to absorb unexpected losses.
(c) This source offers a greater degree of operational freedom and flexibility.
(d) All of the above 

Answer : D

Question. Name the source of owned capital which is available free of cost.
(a) Equity shares
(b) Preference shares
(c) Retained earnings
(d) Bonds 

Answer : C

Question. Vinita is of the view to finance the fund requirements from owned capital sources rather than from borrowed capital sources as the risk of borrowed capital is …. and cost is ….. .
(a) high, low
(b) low, high
(c) low, low
(d) high, high

Answer : A

Important Questions For Ncert Class 11 Business Studies Sources of Business Finance

Short Answer Type Questions :

Question. Preference shares are not suitable for those investors who are willing to take risk and are interested in higher returns. This highlights one of the demerits of preference shares. State any other four demerits of preference shares.

Answer : Demerits of preference shares are
(i) These shares dilute the claim of equity shareholders over the assets of the company.
(ii) The company has to pay higher rates of dividends to the preference shareholders as compared to interest on debentures.
(iii) The dividend on these shares is to be paid only when the company earns profit. Thus, the returns are not assured and they are unable to attract the investors.
(iv) The dividend paid on preference shares is not deductible from profits as expense. Thus, there is no tax savings, as in the case of interest on loans.

Question. Along with financial assistance, financial institutions also provide technical assistance and managerial services to business units. This reflects one of the merits of obtaining finance through financial institutions. Write any three more such merits.
Answer : Merits of obtaining finance from financial institutions are as follows
(i) Financial institutions provide long-term finance, which is not provided by the commercial banks.
(ii) A financial institution, before extending financialsupport to a business unit, conducts detailed study about its state of affairs. Only a promising and sound business is able to get a loan from these institutions. So, if a firm gets a loan from these institutes, then this will also help in raising the goodwill of the borrowing company in the capital market.
(iii) Repayment can be made in easy instalments therefore;
it does not prove to be a burden on the business.

Question. Preference shareholders have some preferential rights in the capital structure of any company. Comment. 
Answer : The following preferential rights are enjoyed by preference shareholders
(i) Receiving a fixed rate of dividend, out of the net profits of the company, before any dividend is declared for equity shareholders.
(ii) Preference over equity shareholders in receiving their capital after the claims of the company’s creditors have been settled but before any amount is paid to equity shareholders at the time of liquidation.

Question. State the disadvantages of financial institutions as a source of finance.
Answer : Disadvantages of financial institutions as a source of finance are as follows
(i) Too many formalities are required by these institutes to grant a loan.
(ii) Restrictions are imposed by these institutes on companies such as restrictions on the payment of dividends or restrictions on the autonomy of management.
(iii) Generally, the financial institutions have their nominees in the Board of Directors of the borrowed company. This restricts their powers and the borrowed companies feel helpless in certain cases.

Question. What are the different expenditures that any firm incurs in
(i) Short-term
(ii) Medium-term

(iii) Long-term
Answer : (i) Short-term
(a) Purchase of raw material.
(b) Payment of telephone bill, electricity bill, etc.
(ii) Medium-term
(a) Expenditure made on renovation of office.
(b) Expenditure made on the promotion of company’s product.
(iii) Long-term
(a) Purchase of building
(b) Purchase of machinery

Question. Mr. Anil Singh has been running a restaurant for the last two years. The excellent quality of food has made the restaurant popular in no time. Motivated by the success of his business, Mr. Singh is now contemplating the idea of opening a chain of similar restaurants at different places.
However, the money available with him from his personal sources is not sufficient to meet the expansion requirements of his business.
His father told him that he can enter into a partnership with the owner of another restaurant, who will bring in more funds, but it would also require sharing of profits and control of business. He is also thinking of taking a bank loan. As a financial consultant, state the various sources of owned funds and debt funds that Anil Singh can use.
Answer : The various sources of owned funds that Anil Singh can use are
(i) Selling a part of his business to other partners.
(ii) Issuing equity shares and preference shares (if he decides to form a joint stock company).
The various sources of debt funds are (any two)
(i) Loan from commercial banks.
(ii) Loan from specialised financial institutions.
(iii) Issue of debentures (if he decides to form a joint stock company).

Question. Sun Rise company issues 10,000 shares of ₹ 10 each for a total value of ₹ 1,00,000. With reference to the given statement, explain the meaning of the term share, share capital and shareholders.
Answer : Shares The capital of a company is divided into small units and each such unit is referred to as a ‘share’. Each share forms a unit of ownership and is offered for sale to raise the capital of the company. Shares are classified as equity shares and preference shares.
Share Capital Total amount raised by issue of shares constitute the share capital of the company.
Shareholders The persons who buy shares are referred to as ‘shareholders’.
In the given example, number of shares issued are 10,000, share capital is of ₹ 1,00,000 and the persons who purchase these shares are the shareholders.

Question. Komalika wants to start her own business dealing in high end crockery items. She decides to arrange for initial finance from her savings. However, her savings are not enough to fulfil all the initial needs of the business. She seeks help of her husband, who works in government sector.
He advises her that to start her business with limited finance and then use the revenues earned by the business to fulfil other financial requirements. Is the view of Komalika’s husband
justified? Why or why not?
Answer : No, I don’t think that the view of Komalika’s husband is justified. Adequate finance is required in the business because of following reasons
(i) Necessary to Start Business Every new venture needs money to buy plant and machinery or to conduct certain activities. All financial needs will not be estimated in the absence of this concept.
(ii) Necessary for Business Cycle No matter how well the business is doing, a good finance manager has to prepare for rainy or even for stormy season. Business and economic cycles bring dark clouds that one can’t predict. That’s why financial plans are created for downturns.
(iii) Necessary for Growth Success can bring a business to a difficult crossroads. Sometimes in order to attain more or to achieve greater success, a company needs significant financial investment to acquire new capital, staff or inventory. This can only be possible after proper arrangements of business finance.

Question. Differentiate between owner’s funds and borrowed funds on the basis of
(i) Reward
(ii) Security
(iii) Order of payment
Answer : Difference between owner’s funds and borrowed funds.

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Question. Though retained earnings are firm’s own source of funding and they are free to use them but using retained earnings can sometimes prove to be disadvantageous. Do you agree? Explain.
Answer : Yes, I agree that using retained earnings can sometimes prove to be disadvantageous. Following points helps in explaining the demerits of retained earnings
(i) Excessive ploughing back may cause dissatisfaction amongst the shareholders, as they would get lower dividends.
(ii) As the profits of business are fluctuating, it is an uncertain source of fund.
(iii) Firms do not recognise the opportunity cost associated with this source, leading to sub-optimal use of funds.

Question. Discuss the features of equity shares as a source of finance.
Answer : Features of equity shares are
(i) The equity shareholders are the primary risk bearers as they provide fixed capital to the business.
(ii) The equity share capital is not redeemable during the lifetime of the company.
(iii) Returns are uncertain as the rate of dividend is not fixed.
(iv) Equity shareholders can participate in the company’s decisions and management.

Question. Mahindra and Mahindra was the first company in India to issue convertible zero interest debentures in January 1990. Recently, the board of Titan Industries has approved the issue of partly convertible debentures on a right’s basis to raise around ₹ 126.83 crore. The issue will comprise 21 lakh partly convertible debentures of ₹ 600 each in the ratio of one partly convertible debenture for every 20 equity shares held in the company to the shareholders.
On the basis of above case, answer the following questions
(i) Explain the meaning of convertible zero interest debentures issued by Mahindra and Mahindra.
(ii) Explain the meaning of partly convertible debentures on right’s basis.
Answer : (i) Convertible zero interest debentures are debentures which carry no interest and are convertible into equity shares at the end of a specified period.
(ii) Partly convertible debentures on right’s basis means that a part of these debentures will be converted into equity shares at the end of the stipulated period and that these debentures can be subscribed by only existing equity shareholders of the company.

Question. Shares are used to raise funds by the company. However, there is a distinction in shares. There are two types of shares – preference and equity. 
Differentiate between equity shares and preference shares on any three basis.
Answer : The differences between equity shares and preference shares are (any three)

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Question. The company getting finance through public deposits enjoys some benefits. Explain.
Answer : Following points illustrate the benefits of public deposits to the company
(i) The procedure of obtaining deposits is simple and does not contain restrictive conditions.
(ii) Cost of public deposits is generally lower than the cost of borrowings from banks and others institutions. 
(iii) Public deposits do not usually create any charge on the assets of the company.
(iv) As the depositors do not have voting rights, the control of the company is not diluted.

Long Answer Type Questions :

Question. Debenture issued by a company is an acknowledgment that the company has borrowed a certain amount of money, which it promises to repay at a future date. However, there are both merits and demerits of debentures. Explain those merits and demerits.

Answer : Merits of debentures are (any three)
(i) It is preferred by investors who want fixed income at lesser risk.
(ii) Debentures are fixed charge funds and do not participate in profits of the company.
(iii) The issue of debentures is suitable in the situation when the sales and earnings are relatively stable.
(iv) Financing through debentures does not dilute control of equity shareholders on management.
(v) Financing through debentures is less costly as compared to cost of preference or equity capital. 
Limitations of debentures are
(i) As fixed charge instruments, debentures put a permanent burden on the earnings of a company.
(ii) In case of redeemable debentures, the company has to make provisions for repayment on the specified date.
(iii) With the issue of debentures, the capacity of a company to further borrow funds reduces.

Question. Sujeet is a proprietor of a stationery trading firm. The business of the firmis flourishing over last 18months. Sujeet decided to expand the product line and include basic confectionery items as well. He negotiated deals with multiple suppliers and stroked contracts in such a way that he facilitated the purchase of supplies without immediate payments.
Which source of finance is highlighted here? Also, explain the concept of the same and write three merits and demerits each.
Answer : The source of finance highlighted here is ‘trade credit’. Trade credit facilitates the purchase of supplies without immediate payment.
Such credit appears in the records of the buyer as sundry creditors or accounts payable. It is commonly used by business organisation as a source of short-term financing. It is granted to those customers who have reasonable amount of financial standing and goodwill.
Merits of trade credit are
(i) Trade credit is a convenient and continuous source of funds.
(ii) It may be readily available in case the credit worthiness of the customers is known to the seller.
(iii) It helps to promote the sale of an organisation.
Demerits of trade credit are
(i) This may motivate a firm to overtrade.
(ii) Only limited amount of funds can be raised through this source.
(iii) It is generally a costly source of fund as compared to others, as sellers charge more for goods sold on credit.

Question. Rohit Ltd. is a manufacturing firm which has been running in deep losses due to the onset of pandemic. The company wants to innovate the products to increase the sales and have therefore decided to purchase a new machinery for the same.
The company decided to use its funds which it has saved over the years to fund this machinery. Which source of finance is highlighted here? Define. Also, give the merits of the same.
Answer : The source of finance highlighted here is ‘retained earnings’. It means that part of trading profits which are not distributed in the form of dividends, but retained by directors for future expansion of the company. This is also referred to as ‘ploughing back of profits’. erits of retained earnings are
(i) Retained earnings are a permanent source of funds for an organisation.
(ii) Retained earnings do not involve any explicit cost in the form of interest, dividend or floatation cost.
(iii) This source offers a greater degree of operational freedom and flexibility.
(iv) It enhances the capacity of business to absorb unexpected losses.

Question. Differentiate between shares and debentures on the basis of
(i) Nature of finance
(ii) Nature and rate of return
(iii) Status of holders
(iv) Degree of control
(v) Security offered
(vi) Level of risk
Answer : The differences between shares and debentures are

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Question. X-cellent company is well established domestically. It manufactures educative toys for children. The company has recently analysed the prospects of going global and founds them to be very promising. Now, it wants to choose suitable funds to finance the proposition.
State some of the factors which should be considered by X-cellent company, before making a choice for source of funds.
Answer : Following points should be considered to make a choice for source of funds
(i) Cost Two types of costs are there viz. the cost of procurement and the cost of utilising the funds. These two costs should be considered very carefully before making a choice.
(ii) Financial Strength The financial strength of an enterprise is also a key determinant in making the choice of funds. If the firm is financially strong with a steady flow of income, then it can raise finance by issuing debt instruments. Otherwise, owner’s funds would be the logical choice.
(iii) Form of Organisation The form of organisation also influences the decision of a finance manager while deciding about the source of finance.
As we are aware that there are various forms of business organisations such as sole proprietorship, partnership, joint stock company, etc. A joint stock company can raise funds from various sources, but on the other side a sole proprietor has access to limited sources to raise funds.
(iv) Control It is also an important factor to be considered while raising finance. If the existing owners do not want to dilute their control on the business, then they should opt for debt funds, otherwise they can raise finance from owner’s funds.
(v) Degree of Risk The risk associated with each of the source is different. Thus, a finance manager must evaluate the degree of risk involved in each source to make an appropriate choice.
(vi) Tax Benefit To avail tax benefits, companies consider every possible source very minutely. They should remember that interest paid on debt funds would be admissible as business expense and will generate tax benefits, but dividend paid will not give any such benefit to the firm.

Question. Write a short note on the following three financial institutions
(i) Industrial Finance Corporation of India (IFCI)
(ii) State Financial Corporations (SFCs)
(iii) Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC)
Answer : (i) Industrial Finance Corporation of India (IFCI) It was established in July, 1948 as a statutory corporation under the Industrial Finance Corporation Act, 1948.
Its objectives include assistance towards balanced regional development and encouraging new entrepreneurs to enter into the priority sectors of the economy. IFCI has also contributed to the development of management education in the country.
(ii) State Financial Corporations (SFCs) They are established by the state governments under the State Financial Corporations Act, 1951 for providing medium and short-term finance to industries which are outside the scope of the IFCI. Its scope is wider than IFCI as it covers not only public limited companies, but also private limited companies, partnership firms and proprietary concerns.
(iii) Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) It was set up in 1956 under the LIC Act, 1956 after nationalising 245 existing insurance companies. It mobilises savings in the form of insurance premium and makes it available to industrial concerns in the form of direct loans and underwriting and subscribing to shares and debentures.

Question. State any three merits and three limitations of equity shares.
Answer : Merits of equity shares are (Any three)
(i) Equity shares are suitable for those investors who are willing to assume risk for higher returns.
(ii) Payment of dividend to the equity shareholders is not compulsory. Therefore, there is no burden on the company.
(iii) It is considered as a good source of long-term finance. A company is not required to pay back the equity capital during its lifetime. It is repaid only at the time of liquidation of company. Also, since it is paid in last, even on liquidation, therefore it provides a cushion for creditors. Thus, it is a permanent source of capital.
(iv) Funds can be raised through equity shares without creating any charge on the assets of the company. These assets can be mortgaged to raise finance from other sources.
Demerits of equity shares are as follows (Any three)
(i) Investors who want steady income may not prefer equity shares due to fluctuating returns.
(ii) The cost of equity shares is more as compared to other sources of funds.
(iii) Every successive issue of equity shares dilutes the voting power and earnings of existing equity shareholders.
(iv) Many formalities and procedural delays are involved while raising funds through equity.

Question. Commercial banks accept deposits from general public and extend loans to those who are in need. This also includes companies who are in need of capital for multiple business purposes. Getting finance from commercial banks has some merits and some limitations, explain.
Answer : Merits of loan from commercial banks are
(i) Banks provide timely assistance to business by providing funds as and when needed by it.
(ii) Secrecy of business can be maintained as the information supplied to the bank by the borrowers is kept confidential.
(iii) Formalities such as issue of prospectus and underwriting are not required for raising loans from a bank.
(iv) Loan from a bank is a flexible source of finance as the loan amount can be increased according to business needs
Limitations of loan from commercial banks are
(i) Funds are generally available for short periods.
(ii) Banks make detailed investigation of the company's affairs, financial structure etc., and may also ask for security of assets and personal sureties.
(iii) In some cases, difficult terms and conditions are imposed by banks for the grant of loan.

1. A Company needs to increase its stock of raw material and finished goods, which will require funds of Rs. 50 lakhs. What are the various options available with the company to finance this amount?

2. What preferential rights are enjoyed by preference shareholders? Explain.

3. Differentiate between GDR and ADR?

4. Why retained earnings cannot be used by a newly established company?

5. Why preference shares are called hybrid form of financing?

6. What do you mean by IDR’S?

7. What do you mean by ICD’S?

8. How does equity share capital act as a fixed or permanent capital for the business?

9. How does trade credit lead to risk of overtrading?

10.Why are financial institutions also known as Development Banks?


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Surya Namaskar Project on 75th Anniversary of Independence Day

Ministry of Education, Govt of India vide letter No. F.No. 12-5/2020-IS-4 dated 16.12.2021 has intimated that under the banner Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav the National Yogasanasports Federation has decided to run a project of 750 million Surya Namaskar from 01 January 2022...

National Youth Day and Birth Anniversary of Swami Vivekananda

Ministry of Education, Govt. of India vide D.O No. 12-4/2021-IS.4 dated 04.01.2022 intimated that 12 January 2022 will be celebrated as “National Youth Day” and “Birth Anniversary of Swami Vivekananda”.   All Schools affiliated to CBSE may celebrate 12 January 2022 as...

CBSE Term 2 Board Examinations

CBSE vide Circular No.Acad-51/2021 dated 5th July, 2021, notified that in the session 2021-2022, Board Examinations would be conducted in two terms, i.e.. Term I and Term II. This decision was taken due to the uncertainty arising out of COVID 19 Pandemic. Term I...