Financial structure is divided into the amount of the company’s cash flow that goes to creditors and the amount that goes to shareholders. Each business will have a different mixture depending on its needs and expenses. Therefore, each company will have its own particular debt-equity ratio. For example, a company could issue bonds and use the proceeds to buy stock or it could issue stock and use the proceeds to pay its debt.Framework of various types of financing employed by a firm to acquire and support resources necessary for its operations. Commonly, it comprises of stockholders’ (shareholders’) investments (equity capital), long-term loans (loan capital), short-term loans (such as overdraft), and short-term liabilities (such as trade credit) as reflected on the right-hand side of the firm’s balance sheet. Capital structure, in comparison, does not include short-term liabilities.
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