debt to worth ratio


The measure of a company's ability to effectively manage ongoing operations using financial leverage expressed as total debt divided by total net worth. Generally, a company with a low debt to worth ratio has a higher capacity to absorb fluctuations in revenue so as not to effect its obligations to creditors.
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