Shareholders’ Equity

Shareholders’ Equity A term used in a company’s financial statement to identify its net worth, which is its residual value after all its liabilities are subtracted from its assets. The net worth comprises the face value of all the shares, equity and preference, plus capital surplus earned by way of issuing shares at a premium, and undistributed, retained earnings after dividends have been paid.

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