Business Studies

Which of the following is not a merit of retained earnings?


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It is an uncertain source of funds as the profits of business are fluctuating.


SOLUTION
A part of the net profits that are usually kept for use in the future is termed as retained earnings. Retained earnings are uncertain sources of funds as the profits of a business are fluctuating and can't be always determined. This is a demerit of retained earnings.
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