Calculate earnings per share, Managerial Accounting

EMERALD LTD is planning an expansion programme,which will require Rs 30 crores & can be funded through one of the following

1.issue further equity share of Rs 100 each at par.

2.Raise loans at 15% interest

3.Issue preference shares at 12%.

Present paid up capital is Rs 60 crores & average annual EBIT is Rs 12 crores.Assume IT rate at 50%.After the expansion,EBIT is expected to be Rs15 crores per annum.Calculate EPS under three financing options indicating alternative giving highest returns to equity share holders.

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