How Would an Increase in Debt Affect the Cost of Capital?

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When debt increases, the level of equity also rises. This rise in equity causes the purchase of capital to become more expensive. An increase in debt would affect the cost of capital, if the debt has been taken to purchase that capital or to fund its maintenance.
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If you mean using debt as method of financing a project vs. equity, then it should reduce the overall cost of capital because interest payments on debt is tax deductible.
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Increase in debt will reduce the cost of capital because cost of debt is always lower than cost of equity.
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