Preferred stock often has a lower before-tax yield than the before-tax yield on debt issued by the same company.

Preferred stock often has a lower before-tax yield than the before-tax yield on debt issued by the same company.

The after-tax yield to a corporate investor, and the after-tax cost to the issuer, is higher on preferred stock than debt. How is this true?

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