This post contains several measurements ratio formula that can be used to determine the relationship between a company’s debt and equity as well as the comparative proportions of different types of stock. It also addresses a company’s ability to remain solvent. Solvency is a key concern of the cash flow measurement, which describes cash flow measurements. Consequently, the measures in both posts can be used in combination to form a good overall opinion of a corporation’s ability to stay in business.

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The measurements (ratio) formula listed in this post are:

Times Interest Earned
Debt Coverage Ratio
Asset Quality Index
Accruals to Assets Ratio
Times Preferred Dividend Earned
Debt to Equity Ratio
Funded Capital Ratio
Retained Earnings to Stockholder’s Equity
Preferred Stock to Total Stockholder’s Equity
Issued Shares to Authorized Shares

 

Here is the list:

Capital Structure and Solvency Ratio Formula-1

Capital Structure and Solvency Ratio Formula-2

Capital Structure and Solvency Ratio Formula-3

More measurement ratio formula you may want to know as well:

Asset Utilization Measurements (Ratios)

Operating Performance Measurements (Ratios)

Cash Flow Measurements (Ratios)

Liquidity Measurements (Ratio)

Return on Investment Measurements (Ratios)

Market Performance Measurements (Ratios)

Measurements and Ratios For Financial and Accounting Department

Measurements and Ratios For Engineering Department

Measurements and Ratios For Logistics Department

Measurements and Ratios For Production Department

Measurements and Ratios For Sales Departments