Share premium is the phrase used when shares are issued at a price higher than their face value.
Companies record the total of all the share premium that they receive under a ‘share premium account’ in their financial statements.
For illustration’s sake, if a share of stock has a face value of Rs. 100, and it is sold for Rs. 180, the share premium will be Rs. 80.
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