Tuesday, May 19, 2009

What are Capital Structure Decisions?

Management makes a capital structure decision when it decided the appropriate mix of debt and equity capital that its company uses to finance its assets and operations.

An example of a capital structure decision would be for a firm to issue new debt to finance a new factory instead of common stock.

Additional Accounting Examples and Tutorials:

Definition of Treasury Stock
Reasons Companies Issue Preferred Stock

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