Published On: Sep 8, 2020 • Last Updated: Sep 8, 2020 • 3.3 min read •
Bonus shares mean giving current shareholders free additional shares. A business can decide to issue additional shares to raise dividend payments.
The company may issue bonus shares by restructuring its reserves. The issuing of incentive shares increases the company’s cash flow, but the company’s net assets remain the same.
Bonus Shares shall be owned in proportion to the amount of shares held by the current shareholders. The owners are given additional shares. It is the additional issue of shares by a corporation without any regard of its current shareholders.
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The market is getting back to normalcy and Indian businesses are looking to drive profitability in the coming time. As a result, several businesses mat declare their shareholders’ bonus shares by capitalizing on their free reserves if needed. Whenever there’s a phase of next bullish market, even after accounting for the inevitable post-bonus fall in share prices, shareholders now may greatly benefit from a rise in the floating stock. The goal is to build on profits. And it is safe to assume that the best way to influx capital is by introducing Bonus Shares.
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