Cash Flow To Stockholders Calculator

The net cash flow of a company is the difference between cash inflows and outflows. The cash flow to common and preferred stockholders indicates the ability of a company to generate cash flow from operations for distribution to its equity investors. You will need the balance sheets of two consecutive accounting periods to determine the cash flow to stockholders. The cash flow to stockholders calculator to estimate the amount of cash that a company pays out to its stockholders.

The net cash flow of a company is the difference between cash inflows and outflows. The cash flow to common and preferred stockholders indicates the ability of a company to generate cash flow from operations for distribution to its equity investors. You will need the balance sheets of two consecutive accounting periods to determine the cash flow to stockholders. The cash flow to stockholders calculator to estimate the amount of cash that a company pays out to its stockholders.

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Formula:

c=d-n Where, c = Cash Flow to Stockholders d = Dividends Paid n = Net New Equity Raised

Example:

Estimate the cash flow to stockholders given that the dividends paid of 15000$ and the net new equity raised of 6000$.

Solution:

Cash Flow To Stockholders = 15000 - 6000
= 9000 $

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