Formula
to calculate fixed assets to short term debt ratio:
Fixed
Assets to Short Term Debt = fixed assets / (accounts
payable + current portion of long term debt).
Fixed
assets to short term debt ratio definition and
explanation:
The fixed
assets to short term debt
ratio can indicate dangerous financial policies due to
business vulnerability in a tight money market.
A low
fixed assets to short term debt ratio indicates the
return on fixed assets may not be realized before long
term liabilities mature.
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