Discuss the trend for each ratio and what it tells you about the organization's financial health. Ratios are attached.
Debt Ratio = (Total Debt)/(Total Assets) Debt Ratio = (98,906 (m))/(163,514 (m)) Debt Ratio = .6048778
Receivables Turnover = (374,526 (m))/(3,654 (m)) = 102.4975 Day's Receivable = 365/102.4975 = 3. 56 days
Current ratio = Current Assets/Current Liabilities 48,754 / 55,390= .880194981
Debt Ratio = Total debt/Total Assets 42,218 / 48,949= .8624895299
Return on Equity = Net Income/Total Equity 22,798 / 65,285= .3492073217
Day's Receivable = 365/Receivables Turnover 365 / 102.7513444= 3.552264957
Receivables Turnover r= Sales/Accounts Receivable 401,244 / 3,905= 102.7513444© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com September 25, 2018, 10:58 am ad1c9bdddf - https://brainmass.com/business/financial-accounting-bookkeeping/accounting-ratio-analysis-financial-health-292375
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1. Current ratio: The current ratio is a financial ratio that measures the extent of cover provided by a company's current assets over all immediate liabilities. The ratio aims to answer the question whether the company can cope with the repayment of all current liabilities without going out of business.
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From the above table, you will observe that the final ratio has decreased over the years. This means that over the two ...
The problem set requires that a company's financial values are evaluated through ratio analysis.