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Take a LookAbout Return on Total Assets
The Return on Total Assets measures the Net Earnings in relation to the Total Assets. The Return on Total Assets identifies how well the investments of the company (the Total Assets) have generated earnings (Net Earnings) back to the company.
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Calculate Return on Total Assets
Interpreting the Calculator Results
If Return on Total Assets increases over time:
An increasing Return on Total Assets (ROI) usually shows the company has been more able to use the investments in the company (the Total Assets) to generated income (Net Earnings) back to the company.
If Return on Total Assets decreases over time:
A decreasing Return on Total Assets (ROI) usually shows the company has been less able to use the investments in the company (the Total Assets) to generated income (Net Earnings) back to the company.
If Return on Total Assets stays the same over time:
An unchanged Return on Total Assets (ROI) usually shows the company”s ability to use the investments in the company (the Total Assets) to generated income (Net Earnings) back to the company has remained the same.