Graded Discussion Board
Business Finance (ACC501)
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If a company induces debt in its capital structure, it gets tax advantage i.e. its tax liability is reduced. This particular tax advantage is known as tax shield. Theoretically, it can be said in this case that the overall capital of a company should be financed through debt in order to avail maximum advantage. Is it practically possible and feasible? Discuss its impact on business entity.
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Tax shields vary from country to country, and their benefits will depend on the taxpayer's overall tax rate and cash flows for the given tax year. These deductions reduce taxpayers' taxable income for a given year or defer income taxes into future years. For example, because interest on debt is a tax-deductible expense, taking on debt can act as a tax shield. Tax-efficient investing strategies are a cornerstone of investing for high-net-worth individuals and corporations, whose annual tax bills can be very high. The ability to use a home mortgage as a tax shield is a major benefit for many middle-class people whose homes are a major component of their net worth.
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A tax shield is the present value of future tax savings attributed to the tax deductibility of a particular expense in a company's P&L.
Usually the term in used in connection to interest on corporate debt (“tax shield of debt”).
Interest expense is, as opposed to dividends and capital gains, tax deductable, therefore the tax shield (being a benefit of debt financing over equity financing) is an important factor influencing the company's capital structure choice.
While academic research in general agrees on the importance of taxes for capital structure decisions, there is still a wide range of estimates of the magnitude of the tax shield. Empirical estimates for its value vary between 5 per cent and 15 per cent of corporate outstanding debt.
Research has identified besides the level of debt, the tax rate, credit risk, bankruptcy probability and the firm´s future financing policy (i.e. adapting future debt levels to changing economic conditions) as important variables influencing the value of the tax shield.
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agr hum point of discussion dobara sy dekhen to ,we can see k us ny tax shield ka nhi pocha .......... " Theoretically, it can be said in this case that the overall capital of a company should be financed through debt in order to avail maximum advantage. Is it practically possible and feasible? Discuss its impact on business entity."is ka mutabik k oper byan ki gai bat me sara capital debt debt sy ikatha kiya tha....to kya ye practicaly possible or feasible hai k agr kisi company ka sara ka sara capital debt sy arrange kiya jay....or us pr tax shield bhi mily....... plz guide if I m not understanding the point of discussion