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International Journal of Smart Business and Technology

Volume 2, No. 2, 2014, pp 25-34
http://dx.doi.org/10.21742/ijsbt.2014.2.2.03

Abstract



Dividend Policy and its Impact on Firms Financial Position



    K. Phani Kumar1, K. Venkateswarlu2, Hye-jin Kim3 and Chen Haoyue4
    1,2Department of Management Studies, VFSTR University, Vadlamudi, Andhra Pradesh, India
    3Business Administration Research Institute, Sungshin Women’s University, 2, Bomun-ro 34da-gil, Seongbuk-gu, Seoul, Korea
    4Hangzhou Dianzi University, No.1158# Baiyang Second Street,Hangzhou Economic Development Zone,Hangzhou City, Zhejiang Province


    Abstract

    The prime goal of budgetary administration in associations is to amplify its incentive to the proprietors and the investors. In spite of the fact that this is tested by numerous specialists, the incentive here frequently comprehended to be reflected in the organization's offer cost. As indicated by Barman if profits are the key marker of offer cost and afterward share cost is the key pointer of firm esteem, in order to augment investors riches, the organization ought to embrace a profit arrangement that will expand the offer cost. At the point when an organization makes benefits, it can either choose to hold the benefits for interests in new ventures or pay out to the investors as profits. Profit strategy alludes to the arrangement of principles or standards that an organization takes after to choose the amount of its benefit it will pay out to investors. In any case, the decision of paying profits is eventually chosen by the top managerial staff of the organization, and once profits have been pronounced, it turns into an obligation to the firm and can't be toppled effectively.


 

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