Enter the total dividends paid and the net new equity raised into the calculator to determine the cash flow to stockholders.

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## Cash Flow to Stockholders Formula

The following equation is used to calculate the cash flow to stockholders.

CF = D - E

- Where CF is the cash flow to stockholders
- E is the total net new equity raised
- D is the total dividends

To calculate cash flow to stockholders, subtract the total dividends from the total net new equity raised in the funding round.

## Cash Flow To Stockholders Definition

The total cash flow to stockholders is the amount of cash that moves to stockholders after new raised equity has been issued.

## Cash Flow To Stockholders Example

How to calculate cash flow to stockholders?

**First, determine the total new equity raised.**Calculate the value of the new equity.

**Next, determine the total dividends.**Calculate the total dividends paid to investors.

**Finally, calculate the cash flow to stockholders.**Use the equation above to calculate the cash flow to stockholders.

## FAQ

**What is cash flow to stockholders?**

Cash flow to stockholders is the amount of cash that moves to stockholders through dividends after new equity is accounted for.

**How is cash flow to stockholders calculated?**

This is calculated by subtracting the total new equity from the total dividends.