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Newdex has net income of $2,500,000 and 1,000,000 shares outstanding. It needs to raise $3,610,000 in funds for a new asset. Its investment banker plans to sell an issue of common stock to the public for $40 per share, less a spread of 5%. How much must Newdex's after-tax income increase to prevent dilution of EPS?

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  1. EPS=NI/#shares Outstanding
    2,500,000/1,000,000=2.5 ratio
    1,000,000(1.05)+(3,610,000/40)=
    1050000+90250=1140250 shares
    2.5=NI/1140250
    NI=2850625
    -2500000
    Increase in NI=350625

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    posted by Hans
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