Cash Earning Retention Ratio The retention ratio refers to the percentage of

Cash earning retention ratio the retention ratio

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Cash Earning Retention Ratio :- The retention ratio refers to the percentage of net income that is retained to grow the business, rather than being paid out as dividends. It is the opposite of the
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payout ratio, which measures the percentage of profit paid out to shareholders as dividends. The last year shows decrease in the ratio which means that the income of the company has decreased. Adjusted Cash Flow Times: - Adjusted net cash flow or adjusted net income represents a business's earnings after expenses. In accounting terms, it shows the earnings before interest, depreciation and taxes, but it also includes additions or subtractions for such items as the owner's salary and discretionary, one-time and noncash expenses. The increase in the ratio means that company’s net income has increased in last two years.
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