FAQs - Financial Institutions Tax

What is total equity capital and where can I find it?

Total equity capital is the sum of common stock at par value, perpetual preferred stock and related surplus, other surplus not related to perpetual preferred stock, retained earnings, accumulated other comprehensive income, treasury stock, unearned employee stock ownership plan shares, and other equity components.

Total equity capital can be taken from the FR Y-9; call report; or if these forms are not filed, total equity capital must be calculated in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles.