Capital structure and capitalization rate, Management Theories

Capital Structure:

The common stock, long-term debt, preferred stock, and retained earnings an organization maintains to finance its assets. Thus, it can be considered as the mix of the various securities firm issues to finance its various investment projects. A firm's capital structure is often define in percentage (rather than dollar) terms, with each percentage reflecting the fraction of the firm's grand financial obligations presented by each kind of privacy.

Capitalization Rate:

The inner interest rate an organization uses to discount future income to arrive at their current value.

Cash Budget:

There is a schedule of expected money receipts and disbursements. Hence, it gives a summary of all cash inflows and outflows for a company during the budget time.

 

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