**Finance Formulas** / April 26, 2018 / Alyvia French

read moreA debt ratio of .5 is often considered to be less risky. This means that the company has twice as many assets as liabilities. Or said a different way, this...

**Finance Formulas** / May 5, 2018 / Chanel Cleveland

read moreGenerally speaking, the higher the asset turnover ratio, the better the company is performing, since higher ratios imply that the company is generating more revenue per dollar of assets. The...

**Finance Formulas** / August 5, 2018 / Briana Leonard

read moreAnnual Percentage rate (APR) explains the cost of borrowing with a variety of loans, including credit cards and mortgage loans. Costs are quoted as a percentage. For example, if your...

**Finance Formulas** / August 4, 2018 / Alia Marquez

read moreLiabilities include all of the money a company owes. Similarly to assets, liabilities are divided into current liabilities, which include things like rent, tax, utilities, debts that are payable within...

**Finance Formulas** / August 5, 2018 / Alia Marquez

read moreThe formula for debt-service coverage ratio requires net operating income and total debt service of the entity. Net operating income is a company's revenue minus its operating expenses, not including...

*Finance Formulas* / August 5, 2018 / Kenley Hopper

read moreDown payment (or downpayment, also called a deposit in British English), is a payment used in the context of the purchase of expensive items such as a car and a...

__Finance Formulas__ / August 5, 2018 / Avalynn Orr

read moreThe debt ratio is shown in decimal format because it calculates total liabilities as a percentage of total assets. As with many solvency ratios, a lower ratios is more favorable...

*Finance Formulas* / August 4, 2018 / Aniyah Booth

read moreThe debt ratio is a financial ratio that measures the extent of a company’s leverage. The debt ratio is defined as the ratio of total debt to total assets, expressed...

__Finance Formulas__ / August 4, 2018 / Alia Marquez

read moreContinuous compounding is the mathematical limit that compound interest can reach if it's calculated and reinvested into an account's balance over a theoretically infinite number of periods. While this is...

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