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Measurement of Overall Cost of Capital

Measurement of Overall Cost of Capital:

It is also called as weighted average cost of capital and composite cost of capital. Weighted average cost of capital is the expected average future cost of funds over the long run found by weighting the cost of each specific type of capital by its proportion in the firms capital structure.

The computation of the overall cost of capital (Ko) involves the following steps.

(a) Assigning weights to specific costs.

(b) Multiplying the cost of each of the sources by the appropriate weights.

(c) Dividing the total weighted cost by the total weights.

The overall cost of capital can be calculated with the help of the following formula;

Ko = Kd Wd + Kp Wp + Ke We + Kr Wr

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Where,

Ko = Overall cost of capital

Kd = Cost of debt

Kp = Cost of preference share

Ke = Cost of equity

Kr = Cost of retained earnings

Wd= Percentage of debt of total capital

Wp = Percentage of preference share to total capital

We = Percentage of equity to total capital

Wr = Percentage of retained earnings

Weighted average cost of capital is calculated in the following formula also:

Kw = ΣXW / ΣW

Where,

Kw = Weighted average cost of capital

X = Cost of specific sources of finance

W = Weight, proportion of specific sources of finance.

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