What is issuance of stocks?

Answer By issuing stock, a company can raise money to continue operating, expand its business and even pay employees. In exchange for the money paid to buy the share, you become a shareholder and actually... Read More »

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Brief Explanation of Issuance of Stocks?

There are two occasions when companies issue stock (shares in the company). The first occasion is the Initial Public Offering, or IPO. This is when the company is first being listed on a stock exch... Read More »

What Does the Issuance Price of a Bond Depend On?

Most corporate bonds when originally issued are sold in denominations of $1,000 or what is characterized as "par value." The particular interest rate a bond will carry depends on the inherent risks... Read More »

What Are Unexchanged Stocks & Unsurrendered Stocks?

Unexchanged or unsurrendered stocks are those shares that should have changed hands but have not. When a share goes unexchanged, it is typically the fault of the company issuing the shares; unsurre... Read More »

How do I Prove the Issuance of a FEIN From the IRS?

Many new businesses, when they are in the start-up phase, must obtain a Federal Employer Identification Number (FEIN), which is often shortened to Employer Identification Number or EIN. Corporatio... Read More »