The Equal Share verse Ratio Share Calculator builds on the information and ratio share calculations and formula discussed in the Sharing Ratio Calculator to provide visability of the difference in amounts received when comparing an equal share distribution of goods, services, products, money etc. to a "ratio share" distribution of the same.
|How many shares will each person get?|
If you were to share the oranges equally, each person would receive oranges each. However, if you were to share the oranges based on the amount of shares that each person holds then the amount of oranges that each person would receive is different, we discussed this in the Sharing Ratio Calculator. With the knowledge that the share amounts are different based on the share approach used, we will know calculate the difference for each individual within the group by calculating their share of the oranges using "equal share" and "share ratio" formulas and the difference between those two values. This allows us to see who benefits from the equal share and who benefits from the shareholder ratio share approach when distributing the oranges.
|Person||Equal Share Amount||Ratio Share Amount||Difference (Amount)||Difference (Ratio)|
Please note that the formula for each calculation along with detailed calculations is available in the Sharing Ratio Calculator and guide. As you enter the specific factors of each equal share verse ratio share calculation, the Equal Share verse Ratio Share Calculator will automatically calculate the ratio results. You can then email or print this equal share verse ratio share calculation as required for later use.
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The Equal Share verse Ratio Share Calculator is a useful tool for calculating the difference between share amounts in real terms and in ratio terms. This provides visability to all shareholders of the distribution amounts using the different share methods and how, by increasing share amount (via investment, trade, contract, agreement etc.) they can increase the overall share of the assets when the point of sharing occurs (maturity in case of assets, bonds etc. or during probate for probate, execution of wills and inheritance etc.)
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