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Take a LookQuick Definition
Calculates the ability of a company to meet all of its debt obligations.
[sc:kit02 ]Equity to Total Debt Formula
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Equity to Total Debt
Explanation of Equity to Total Debt
The Equity to Total Debt ratio measures how much Short Term Debt and Long Term Debt the company can have and still be able to meet debt obligations with its equity.
Importance of Equity to Total Debt
A high, or increasing Equity to Total debt ratio is usually a positive sign, showing the company is better able to cover its debt. A value of 1.0 means the company has just enough equity to cover its debt (the company is barely solvent), but a value of 2.0 or greater value is desired.