A SYSTEM OF ANALYSIS OF THE TOTAL LIABILITIES TO TOTAL ASSETS RATIO
Rasa Subačienė
Liuda Villis
Published 2010-01-01
https://doi.org/10.15388/Ekon.2010.0.981
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Subačienė R. and Villis L. (2010) “A SYSTEM OF ANALYSIS OF THE TOTAL LIABILITIES TO TOTAL ASSETS RATIO”, Ekonomika, 89(2), pp. 120-129. doi: 10.15388/Ekon.2010.0.981.

Abstract

The problem of solvency, which has been dealt with in many authors’ works, is exceptionally topical nowadays when settlements among companies are performed not in a timely manner, disturbing business possibilities to remain active in the times of economic recession. Solvency represents a company’s ability to cover current and non-current liabilities; also, it influences a company’s financial state, results of activities and further development. Therefore, analysis of solvency provides the basis for evaluating a company’s financial state.
The means of assessing the total liabilities to total assets ratio by applying a system of pyramidal analysis, which reveals the actions that have a negative impact on this ratio, were investigated for the first time. The total liabilities to total assets ratio was selected as one of the long-term solvency ratios representing a company’s total level of liabilities and its further capacity of borrowing.
The purpose of the article is to present a system of analysis of the total liabilities to total assets ratio. The methods used for this purpose were analysis of academic materials, filing of information, comparison and summarizing.

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