Back to Finance Glossary | Previous PageEquity reserves are a type of capital that represents funds set aside for particular contingencies and uses.
Some of the contingencies that equity reserves might be used for would be losses on assets, lawsuits and other extraordinary events that might lead to losses.
Equity reserves can also be used for dividends that are expected to be paid or for a sinking fund that could be used to retire stock or debt.
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