Formula
to calculate capital to noncurrent assets ratio:
Capital
to NonCurrent Assets Ratio = owners equity /
noncurrent assets
Capital
to noncurrent assets ratio definition and explanation:
A higher
capital to noncurrent assets ratio indicates that it is easier to meet the business'
debt and creditor commitments.
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