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The importance of Equity to businesses

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The Importance of Equity to Businesses

Many people aspire to start their own business but many a times they cannot, for variety of reasons.

Building a business or creating a brand is not an easy thing to do. It takes a lot of effort and skills to commence a business and run it successfully.

Capital is the key

  • Finance is the lifeblood of any business No business can survive for even a single day, in absence of finance. So, having adequate capital is critical for starting your own establishment. Capital can either be...

    • Owned Capital
    • Borrowed Capital

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  • A company not having adequate monetary resources would usually borrow from banks or other sources, but this may not be viable in the long run due to the interest cost involved.

  • Hence as a long term source of finance, owned funds are more suitable.

  • Thus Companies issue equity shares thereby offering a share in ownership of company to its investors.

  • The equity shares issued and paid up become the owned capital of the company

The benefits to investors...

  • Shareholders get to participate in the business of the company through the voting right conferred. However the management of the company is left to professional hands or to the founders.

  • Shareholders are entitled to a share in the profits earned by the company in the form of dividends as they invest money in the company’s prospects for the long term.

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Pros and Cons of raising money through equity...

  • No prefixed rate of interest to be paid on equity shares as in case of borrowed funds

  • Dividends are distributed subject to profits earned and policy adopted by the company

  • But Equity as a source of finance is relatively expensive vis-à-vis raising money through borrowed funds.

  • This is because a tax benefit can be availed for the interest paid on borrowed funds, while dividends are appropriation of profits which are not tax deductible.

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