Balance sheet (partial) stockholders’ equity paid-in capital preferred stock, cumulative, 11,833 shares authorized, 7,100 shares issued and outstanding $ 710,000 common stock, no par, 717,672 shares authorized, 555,000 shares issued 1,665,000 total paid-in capital 2,375,000 retained earnings 1,151,000 total paid-in capital and retained earnings 3,526,000 less: treasury stock (7,000 common shares) 37,333 total stockholders’ equity $3,488,667 from a review of the stockholders’ equity section, answer the following questions.
(a) how many shares of common stock are outstanding?
common stock outstanding 543000 shares
(b) assuming there is a stated value, what is the stated value of the common stock?
the stated value of the common stock $ per share
(c) what is the par value of the preferred stock?
the par value of the preferred stock $ per share
(d) if the annual dividend on preferred stock is $49,700, what is the dividend rate on preferred stock?
the dividend rate %
(e) if dividends of $71,400 were in arrears on preferred stock, what would be the balance reported for retained earnings?
the retained earnings balance $
since smoking is very popular. (1 billion people smoke) it would be very important if they start with researching about smoking, so they can hopefully reduce the amount of smokers in the world.
are there any options?
no, a "normative economic statements are those statements that cannot be either proved or disproved with reference to facts."
however, "positive economic statements are those statements which can be either proved or disproved with reference to facts."
risk evaluation involves rating the risks that may happen based on the likelihood of them happening. risk evaluation also involves rating these potential happenings based on the impact they could have on the business. evaluating risk is a step in the creative process of risk management.