Debt Ratio Scarica

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  • 12 mar 2019

  • The debt ratio is calculated by dividing a company's total liabilities by its total assets. Alternatively, you can calculate the debt ratio by dividing the company's short-term and long-term debt by its total assets. Whichever method is used, the debt ratio tells you the proportion (or percentage, if you multiply the debt ratio by 100) of the company's assets that are financed by debt. A higher debt ratio implies that the company is highly leveraged. — Edspira is the creation of Michael McLaughlin, who went from teenage homelessness to a PhD. Edspira’s mission is to make a high-quality business education accessible to all people. — SUBSCRIBE FOR A FREE 53-PAGE GUIDE TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS * — LISTEN TO THE SCHEME PODCAST * Apple Podcasts: * Spotify: * Website: — CONNECT WITH EDSPIRA * Website: * Blog: * Facebook page: * Facebook group: * Reddit: * LinkedIn: — CONNECT WITH MICHAEL * Website: * LinkedIn: * Twitter: * Facebook: * Snapchat: *Twitch: * Instagram: *TikTok:


  • Reika Desu
    Reika Desu 9 mesi fa

    Oh my god you're a life saver ❤️

  • ivor worrell
    ivor worrell 1 anno fa

    Hello, is there a Debt Ratio that is gen. regarded as satisfactory, say a 50% Debt Ratio or 65% Debt Ratio as the case may be, because It follows that the higher the Debt Ratio beyond a certain percentage, the more difficult it will be for a business/person to obtain financing from a bank or finance Co., the converse being equally true.Also, is the Debt Ratio similar to the GDP (Gross Domestic Product) Ratio, but the term GDP is used for countries/islands/nations? Thank you.