By Stephen Ross, Randoloph W. Westerfield
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Not all of the firm’s cash is paid out. Some is retained ( E), and some is paid to the government as taxes ( D). 3 Cash Flows between the Firm and the Financial Markets Over time, if the cash paid to shareholders and bondholders ( F ) is greater than the cash raised in the financial markets ( A), value will be created. Identification of Cash Flows Unfortunately, it is sometimes not easy to observe cash flows directly. Much of the information we obtain is in the form of accounting statements, and much of the work of financial analysis is to extract cash flow information from accounting statements.
The incorporators must prepare articles of incorporation and a set of bylaws. The articles of incorporation must include the following: 1. Name of the corporation. 2. Intended life of the corporation (it may be forever). 3. Business purpose. 4. Number of shares of stock that the corporation is authorized to issue, with a statement of limitations and rights of different classes of shares. 5. Nature of the rights granted to shareholders. 6. Number of members of the initial board of directors. The bylaws are the rules to be used by the corporation to regulate its own existence, and they concern its shareholders, directors, and officers.
The main advantage to a sole proprietorship or partnership is the cost of getting started. Afterward, the disadvantages, which may become severe, are (1) unlimited liability, (2) limited life of the enterprise, and (3) difficulty of transferring ownership. These three disadvantages lead to (4) difficulty in raising cash. The Corporation Of the forms of business enterprises, the corporation is by far the most important. It is a distinct legal entity. As such, a corporation can have a name and enjoy many of the legal powers of natural persons.
Corporate Finance 9th Edition by Stephen Ross, Randoloph W. Westerfield