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The prescribed accounting treatment for stock dividends implicitly assumes that shareholders are fooled by "small" stock dividends and...

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2. The prescribed accounting treatment for stock dividends implicitly assumes that shareholders are fooled by "small" stock dividends and benefit by the market value of their additional shares. Explain this statement. Is it logical?

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The prescribed accounting treatment for stock dividends implicitly assumes that shareholders are
fooled by "small" stock dividends and benefit by the market value of their additional...

This question was asked on May 06, 2010 and answered on May 06, 2010.

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