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About Financial Leverage Index
The Financial Leverage Index measures how well a company is using its debt. The Financial Leverage Index compares two other financial performance ratios: Return on Equity and a modified version of Return on Assets.
Calculate Financial Leverage Index
Interpreting the Calculator Results
If Financial Leverage Index increases over time:
An increasing Financial Leverage Index usually indicates the company is using its debt in a positive way, that as the company has taken on debt, the debt has been increasingly beneficial to the company.
If Financial Leverage Index decreases over time:
A decreasing Financial Leverage Index usually indicates the company is using its debt in a negative way, that as the company has taken on debt, the debt has been increasingly detrimental to the company.
If Financial Leverage Index stays the same over time:
An unchanged Financial Leverage Index usually indicates the way in which the company is using its debt has remained the same.