to calculate times interest earned:
Interest Earned Ratio
= (net income + interest) / interest.
interest earned definition and explanation:
interest earned ratio indicates the extent of which
earnings are available to meet interest payments.
A lower times
interest earned ratio means less earnings are available
to meet interest payments and that the business is more
vulnerable to increases in interest rates.
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