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Retained Earnings to Stockholders Equity Formula
Explanation of Retained Earnings to Stockholders Equity
The Retained Earnings to Stockholder’s Equity ratio measures how much Retained Earnings the company is keeping within the company compared to the total equity.
Importance of Retained Earnings to Stockholders Equity
An excessively low, or decreasing Retained Earnings to Stockholder’s Equity ratio is generally negative, possibly indicating the company is paying out increasingly more earnings to stockholders instead of reinvesting the money in the company. This ratio will need to be compared to industry averages, as an excessively high ratio may be negative as well, meaning the company may be retaining more earnings than it needs.