Accounting Dictionary - Letter D

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Debt to equity ratio
is often used to determine the ability of a company to repay its obligations. This ratio shows the company’s financial stability and dependence on creditors. The ratio is calculated by diving total liabilities by equity and is an alternative to the debt ratio.
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