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Another way to calculate the dividend payout ratio is on a per share basis. In this case, the formula used is dividends per share divided by earnings per share (EPS). EPS represents net income minus preferred stock dividends divided by the average number of outstanding shares over a given time period.

## How do you calculate dividends distributed?

Calculating dividends per share

Once you have the total dividends, converting that to per-share is a matter of dividing it by shares outstanding, also found in the annual report. Here is the formula for dividends per share: Total dividends ÷ shares outstanding = dividends per share.

## How dividend is calculated with example?

Let’s calculate dividend yield with the help of an example. Say you bought shares of Company A at Rs 100 and you bought 10 shares of the same. The total cost for you would be Rs 100 x 10 = Rs 1000. … So, on an investment of Rs 1000, you got a dividend of Rs 10.

## How do you calculate dividend growth rate?

The periodic dividend growth can be calculated by dividing the current periodic dividend D_{i} by the last periodic dividend D_{i}_{–}_{1} and subtract one from the result and then expressed in terms of percentage. It is denoted by G_{i}.

## How do you calculate dividend growth g?

The Gordon Growth Model formula is P = D1 / ( r – g ) where:

- P = current stock price.
- D = next year’s dividend value.
- g = expected constant dividend growth rate, in perpetuity.
- r = required rate of return.