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Asked in Debt and Bankruptcy, Investing and Financial Markets, Home Equity and Refinancing, Business Accounting and Bookkeeping
What is the formula for calculating total debt ratio?
Does total debt equal total assets minus total equities?
Yes, the accounting equation, total assets = total liabilities + total equity, may be rewritten to determine total debt as being equal to total assets - total of owner's equity. Simply stated, the total assets (the firm's value) is broken up between total debt (what you owe) and owner's equity (what you own).
Breckenridge Ski Company has total assets of 422235811 and a debt ratio of 29.5 percent Calculate the companys debt-to-equity ratio and the equity multiplier?
What is given is: total assets = $422,235,811 Debt ratio = 29.5% Find: debt-to-equity ratio Equity multiplier Debt-to-equity ratio = total debt / total equity Total debt ratio = total debt / total assets Total debt = total debt ratio x total assets = 0.295 x 422,235,811 = 124,559,564.2 Total assets = total equity + total debt Total equity = total assets - total debt = 422,235,811 - 124,559,564.2 = 297,676,246.8 Debt-to-equity ratio = total debt / total equity = 124,559,564.2 / 297,676,246.8 = 0.4184 Equity multiplier = total assets / total equity = 422,235,811 / 297,676,246.8 = 1.418
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