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About Cash Flow to Total Debt
The Cash Flow to Total Debt ratio measures the length of time it will take the company to pay its total debt using only its cash flow.
Calculate Cash Flow to Total Debt
Interpreting the Calculator Results
If Cash Flow to Total Debt increases over time:
An increasing Cash Flow to Total Debt ratio is usually a positive sign, showing the company is in a less risky financial position and better able to pay its debt load.
If Cash Flow to Total Debt decreases over time:
A decreasing Cash Flow to Total Debt ratio is usually a negative sign, showing the company is in a more risky financial position and less able to pay its debt load.
If Cash Flow to Total Debt stays the same over time:
An unchanged Cash Flow to Total Debt ratio may indicate the company”s financial position and ability to pay its debt load has remained the same.