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The stock (also capital stock) of a corporation is constituted of the equity stock of its owners. A single share of the stock represents fractional ownership of the corporation in proportion to the total number of shares. In liquidation, the stock represents the residual assets of the company that would be due to stockholders after ...

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What do you call money return a stockholder receives on his or her investment in a company? The money a company periodically pays out is called a dividend. The money a stockholder receives by selling a share of stock is simply a return on their investment. (This may …be a profit or loss, depending on whether the stock ...

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To Test Your Money marts. $. Answers www.investoreducation.org. Facts on Saving and Investing Campaign. 1. If you buy a company's stock,. A. you own a part of the company. 2. If you buy a company's bond,. B. you have lent money to the company. 3. Over the past 70 years, the type of investment that has earned the most.

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Sep 9, 2012 ... He intends to run his company forever. In time, his children will follow him. There is, however, one huge problem. He's run out of his own money; his relatives' money and the money of any fools who've invested with him. He knows that without further funding he will be forced to close the doors. Where does ...

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Today, small business investments are often structured as either a limited liability company or a limited partnership, with the former being the most popular structure due to the fact it combines many of the best attributes of corporations and partnerships. In years past, sole proprietorships or general partnerships were more ...

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Nov 4, 2015 ... So this is a critical point - the ownership of a company is independent of the individual contributions to the company. The next part of your question is related to this: what happens when CorpTech sees an opportunity to make an investment ? If it has enough cash on hand (because of the initial investment, ...

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Nov 27, 2017 ... Equity - the value of ownership interest in the business, calculated by deducting liabilities from assets. See also owner's equity. Equity finance - is money provided to a business in exchange for part ownership of the business. This can be money invested by the business owners, friends, family, or investors ...

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Mar 18, 2014 ... It sounds complicated, but actually it's quite simple. Mezzanine financing is simply a form of debt. Some private equity funds will lend money to companies, either as part of an existing deal or as a separate transaction. If your company goes bankrupt, the mezzanine debt gets paid off later than other debt, ...