Cash Flow To Common Stockholders Calculator

Cash flow to stockholders is the measure of how much the company's profit is evenly distributed to its shareholders such as debtholders and equity holders. It refers to cash dividends paid to the partners during a reporting period. It helps to estimate the greater dividends for the future. Use our online cash flow to common stockholders calculator to find the amount of cash by entering dividends paid, additional paid in capital and treasury stock and common stock.

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Formula:

c = d - ( e - b ) - ( t - s ) + ( y - z ) Where, c = Cash Flow to Stockholders d = Dividends Paid e = Ending Common Stock t = Ending Capital Surplus b = Beginning Common Stock s = Beginning Capital Surplus y = Ending Treasury Stock z = Beginning Treasury Stock

Example:

Estimate the cash flow to stockholders given that, dividends paid = 20000 $, ending common stock = 5000 $, beginning common stock = 2000 $, ending Capital Surplus = 2000 $, beginning Capital Surplus = 1000 $, ending Treasury Stock = 3000 $ and beginning Treasury Stock = 1000 $

Solution:

Cash Flow To Stockholders = 20000 - ( 5000 - 2000 ) - ( 2000-1000 ) + ( 3000 - 1000 )
= 18000 $.

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