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# Debt To Equity Ratio Calculator

Last updated: Monday, May 01, 2023

The debt to equity ratio or DE is one of the solvency ratios which investors use to figure out how much of their equity is being used to finance a company's assets. As a rule of thumb, it is preferable to have this ratio as long as possible, since interests payment will have negative impact on a company's liquidity.

DE ratio at 15% indicates that for every \$1 of equity the shareholders own, the company will owe 15% of it on interest-bearing debt.

The formula for determining the Debt To Equity Ratio is defined as:
$$DE$$ $$=$$ $$\dfrac{Debt}{Equity}$$ $$\times$$ $$100$$
$$DE$$: Debt To Equity Ratio
$$Debt$$: How much interest-bearing debt does the company currently have?
$$Equity$$: The amount of money the company has from its initial investment or the total value of investor's stake in the company.
The debt to equity ratio is measured in: $$\%$$

## Debt To Equity Ratio

Use the calculator to find out how much of the equity a company is spending on financing its assets.
How much interest-bearing debt does the company currently have?
enter a number in thousands, enter 5 for 5,000 or 50 for 50,000
$$Debt$$

The amount of money the company has from its initial investment or the total value of investor's stake in the company.
enter a number in thousands, enter 5 for 5,000 or 50 for 50,000
$$Equity$$

Please note, that all calculators provided are for informational and educational purposes ONLY, and should NOT be taken as professional financial advice.
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