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The Canadian Idiosyncratic Tax Effect on Cash Distribution: Evidence from Data Analytics and Simulation

Author : Dr. Yoser Gadhoum 1

Date of Publication :11th December 2021

Abstract: Cash distribution of an organization has helped to develop the organizational market position. In the marketplace, the business organizations provide dividend payment to improve organizational performance. Along with that, Canadian business organizations have taken the approach of dividend payment to develop organizational revenue. Moreover, dividend payment of the business organization has provided advantages and disadvantages to the business organization in the marketplace. The advantage of dividend payment is establishing a positive reaction about the business organization in the marketplace. Moreover, dividend payment has helped to make an appropriate framework of ownership in the business firm. On the other hand, the disadvantage of dividend payment in the marketplace is that it negatively affects the management process of the organization. Along with that, this research paper has included theories to analyze the importance of dividend payment in the business organization. Moreover, hypothetical analysis has helped to understand effectiveness of cash flow distribution in a business organization of a Canadian firm. As per the result of this research paper has indicated dividend payment has helped to establish proper ownership of the organization to develop organizational performance.

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