# How to calculate financial ratios?

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### How to calculate financial ratios?

**How to calculate** of the **financial ratios** ?

**Ratio**of independence**financial**= Equity capital / Permanent capital.**Ratio**of general liquidity = Current assets / Current liabilities.**Ratio**coverage of stable jobs = Permanent capital / Fixed assets

### How do I calculate my ratio?

**How to calculate my ratio** debt? the **calculation** of your **ratio** Debt calculation is simple: divide your total gross monthly debt payments by your gross monthly income.

### What is the debt ratio?

the **debt ratio is** a unit of measurement that compares the total amount you have after paying your taxes and social security contributions (what specialists call disposable income) and the total amount of your debts.

### What are the financial ratios calculated from a balance sheet?

Financial ratios calculated from a balance sheet The main financial ratios calculated from a balance sheet are the financial independence ratio, the general liquidity ratio, the stable employment coverage ratio and the obsolescence ratio. The financial independence ratio

### What is Value Added Distribution Ratio?

The value added distribution ratio. The value added distribution ratio measures the share of value added that is allocated to each stakeholder in the company: the state, lenders, employees and the company itself.

### How to calculate gold to silver ratio?

The gold to silver ratio measures the relative strength of gold against silver. It gives the number of ounces of silver needed to buy one ounce of gold by simply dividing the current price of gold by the current price of silver.

### What is the difference between gold and silver ratio?

Gold/silver ratio in history. The gold to silver ratio has been calculated for over 1000 years. At that time the value of silver was probably closer to the value of gold than it is today. Analysts estimate that the ratio was 3:1 in medieval Japan and 2:1 in Ancient Egypt, due to the lack of silver mines…