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Example of Asset Based Valuation

Extracted information from the books of Kent Limited.

 

Current liabilities

Bank overdraft

   Sh.

300,000

  50,000

350,000

 

Land

Stock in trade

Sh.

250,000

100,000

350,000

Stock has a realizable value of Sh.80, 000 and land Sh.300, 000.  This company is supposed to be containing a share capital of ordinary shares20, 000.

Calculate the value of its shares.

i)       Assets method

          Assets = L and B            300,000

                     Stock                  80,000

                                                380,000

                    Liabilities             [350,000]

                                                   30,000

          Value of shares   =        30,000/20,000

                                      =        Sh.1.50

Posted Date: 1/31/2013 2:07:06 AM | Location : United States







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