Capital Structure Decision With Zero Taxes
While the assumption of zero corporate taxes is not realistic for the normal business entity, the assumption enables us to accomplish one very important objective. It establishes that without taxes the capital structure choice is not an important decision. It becomes important when we recognize the presence of significant corporate income taxes.
KeywordsCapital Structure Corporate Taxis Financial Distress Common Stock Vertical Slice
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