Asked Nov 16, 2019


What types of paid-in-capital are there and what is the diffference in each ownership: Proprietorship, Partnership, and Corporation.

Additional what does paid-in-captial mean and reflect?


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Capital is the amount invested in the business. Capital increases by the amount of  profits earned and by the additional capital and it decreases by the amount of losses incurred and the amount withdrawn.

Step 2

Some of the types of paid-in capital are given below:

  • Issuance of common stock
  • Issuance of preferred stock
  • Bon...

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