paid-in capital

Definition of "paid-in capital"
  1. Funds that are raised by a company through the sale of its equity, represented by items like shares of stock
How to use "paid-in capital" in a sentence
  1. The corporation had a substantial amount of paid-in capital, thanks to a hugely successful initial public offering.
  2. After analyzing their accounts, they realized a large portion of their assets stemmed from paid-in capital.
  3. To expand their operations, the start-up decided to increase their paid-in capital by issuing more shares.

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