##### SOLVED NUMERICAL PROBLEMS
1. Company A sells Rs 100 preference shares at a dividend of Rs 12. If it were to sell debentures, interest rate cost would be 13%. Tax rate is 30%. Find (a) the after-tax cost of each of the financing method, and (b) the after-tax return if you invest in these instruments.

Solution

Cost:

Preference shares = 12/100 = 0.12 = 12%

Debentures = 13% (1 – 0.30) = 0.091 = 9.1%

Return from investment:

Debt = 13% (1 – 0.30) = 9.1%

Preference shares assuming 50% tax exemption

= 12% {1 – (0.5 0.3)} = 0.1020 = 10.20%

2. The market value of a share of a company is Rs 140. The company has issued rights shares. The existing shareholders are allowed to subscribe for one additional share at a price of Rs 120 for each 9 rights held. Compute ...

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