Debt to Equity Ratio Calculator is a tool to measure how much debt a business is carrying as compared to the amount invested by its owners

- Debt-to-Equity Ratio:
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Background Information

- What does Debt to Equity Ratio mean?
- The debt to equity ratio is a financial ratio that indicates the relative proportion of shareholders' equity and the debt used to finance a company's assets. It is usually abbreviated as D/E.

- Formula
- Debt to equity ratio = Total liabilities / Stockholders' equity

- Example
A company has total liabilities as $54.77 billion and total shareholdersâ€™ equity as $14.61 billion.

According to the formula, D/E ratio is:-

- = $54.77 / $14.61
- = 3.75 or 375%

Compute the difference between total assets and total liabilities

View Tool- Jun 4, 2018
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