Diluted EPS Calculator

Before moving directly to diluted EPS (Earning Per Share), it is important to understand its basics. The increase or addition of shareholders of the company leads to dilution of rights and shares of existing shareholders. This dilution may result from issuing new capital, conversion of preferred capital, or conversion of debt into equity capital, ESOPs, etc. EPS is the earnings of the company per outstanding share. And diluted EPS means the earnings per share after considering the dilution in share capital that has taken place. Diluted EPS Calculator is an online tool to help calculate this diluted EPS quickly.

The formula for calculating diluted EPS is as follows:

Diluted EPS = (Net Income – Preferred Dividends) / (Shares Outstanding + Unexercised Employee Stock Options + Convertible Preferred Stocks + Convertible Debt + Warrants)

Diluted EPS Calculator

How to Calculate using a Calculator?

The user is required to enter the following details into the diluted EPS calculator:

Net Income – Net income, also known as earnings or profit after tax. It is the net earnings that a company earns after discharging its tax liability. This all leftover earnings belong to the shareholders of the company. It includes the preference dividend, which is a payment of fixed nature in case the company earns a profit.

Preferred Dividend – A preference dividend is the share of preferred shareholders in the earnings of the company as per the terms of issuance of such shares. Distribution of preference dividend is a sort of fixed nature payment for the company if it earns profits. For the purpose of calculating diluted EPS, we need to subtract this preferred dividend from the net earnings. This will provide us with the earnings left exclusively for equity shareholders.

Outstanding Number of Shares – Enter the number of outstanding shares (shares issued to the general public).

Dilutive Shares – Enter the total number of dilutive shares. It means the number by which the shares of the company will get diluted. It includes all the shares that the company issues in conversion of preference share capital or to realize debt holdings, ESOPs, warrants, etc.

You can also refer to EPS Calculator for calculating basic EPS.

Sanjay Borad

Sanjay Bulaki Borad

MBA-Finance, CMA, CS, Insolvency Professional, B'Com

Sanjay Borad, Founder of eFinanceManagement, is a Management Consultant with 7 years of MNC experience and 11 years in Consultancy. He caters to clients with turnovers from 200 Million to 12,000 Million, including listed entities, and has vast industry experience in over 20 sectors. Additionally, he serves as a visiting faculty for Finance and Costing in MBA Colleges and CA, CMA Coaching Classes.

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