paid-in surplus

Definition of "paid-in surplus"
  1. An increase in a company's financial reserve due to selling shares for a price higher than their face value
How to use "paid-in surplus" in a sentence
  1. The company managed to accumulate a significant amount of paid-in surplus through its successful stock sales.
  2. The recent increase in the company's stock value led to a notable rise in their paid-in surplus.
  3. The company's paid-in surplus was used as a financial cushion during economic downturns.

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