What Is Owners Capital?

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Owner's capital refers to the sum of the business resources owned by the business owners. It is calculated through the subtraction of assets from liabilities. When a business pays all its debts, the amount remaining belongs to the business owner and it is the one that is referred to as Owners Capital or Owners Equity.
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