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Gross profit ratio

Gross profit indicates how much profit is made after paying for the cost of goods sold. The higher the gross profit margin the more efficient a business. A low gross profit ratio may indicate that a business is not charging enough for its products and services, or is paying too much for its supplies and stock.

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Stock turnover per annum

Stock turnover, also known as inventory turnover, represents the number of times stock is sold and replaced within a year. High stock turnover may indicate either strong sales or ineffective buying. Low stock turnover either poor sales or excess inventory.

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Salaries and wages turnover ratio

This ratio represents the percentage of turnover income that is spent on labour costs. It can be an indicator of whether a business is spending too much or too little of its turnover income on staffing the business.

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Return on total assets

This ratio tests the efficiency of investment in fixed assets and is a measure of how effectively the business has converted these assets into net income. The higher the ratio, the more efficient a business is. The lower the ratio, and a negative ratio (loss), the less efficiently the business has used the assets.

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Return on equity

The return on equity represents the rate of return earned on the owner’s equity and investment. The higher the ratio, the more efficient a business is, whereas the lower the ratio, and a negative ratio (loss), the less efficiently the business has used the owner’s investment.

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Current ratio

The current ratio represents the ratio of current assets to current liabilities and gives an indication of a business’s ability to pay its short term liabilities. A ratio less than 100 indicates that current liabilities are greater than current assets and that the business may struggle to pay its short-term debts. A ratio higher than 100 means a business should be able to pay its short-term liabilitie

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Quick ratio

The quick ratio tests a business’s ability to pay short-term debt from immediately convertible or liquid assets. A ratio higher than 100 means a business should be able to pay its short-term liabilities immediately or within a very short timeframe. A ratio lower than 100 means a business could have difficulty meeting all of its short-term liabilities.

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Liability structure

The liability structure ratio represents equity solely as a proportion of equity plus liabilities. A low ratio indicates a low level of owner’s equity in the business, and a higher risk to debt holders. A high ratio indicates a high level of owner’s equity in the business, and a lower risk to debt holders.

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STOCK TURNOVER PER ANNUM
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LIABILITY STRUCTURE
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  • Gross Profits

    $78K

  • Stock Turnover

    13

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  • Gross Profits

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  • Stock Turnover

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