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About Goodwill to Assets
The Goodwill to Assets Ratio measures how much Goodwill the company is recording for its current level of assets. Most companies have some form of Goodwill, but the main use of this ratio is to monitor excessive use of Goodwill.
Interpreting the Calculator Results
If Goodwill to Assets increases over time:
An increasing Goodwill to Assets Ratio is generally a negative sign, and may indicate the company is recording a higher proportion of goodwill to its total assets.
If Goodwill to Assets decreases over time:
A decreasing Goodwill to Assets Ratio is generally a positive sign, and may indicate the company is recording a smaller proportion of goodwill to its total assets.
If Goodwill to Assets stays the same over time:
An unchanged Goodwill to Assets Ratio indicates the company”s proportion of goodwill to total assets has remained the same.