# Debt To Equity Ratio Calculator English Español 中国 Português Pусский Türk

Debt to equity ratio is one of the most used company financial leverage ratio which can be calculated by dividing its total liabilities (debt) by the shareholder's equity. This is a measure of how much suppliers (or) creditors have pledged to the company versus what the shareholders have pledged. This finance calculator will help you to calculate the debt-to-equity ratio (D/E) from the total liabilities and the share holders fund.

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Debt to equity ratio is one of the most used company financial leverage ratio which can be calculated by dividing its total liabilities (debt) by the shareholder's equity. This is a measure of how much suppliers (or) creditors have pledged to the company versus what the shareholders have pledged. This finance calculator will help you to calculate the debt-to-equity ratio (D/E) from the total liabilities and the share holders fund.

Code to add this calci to your website  #### Formula:

DER = ( Total Liabilities / Shareholder's Equity ) * 100

### Example

#### Debt to Equity Ratio

Let us consider the total liabilities of the company is 15000 and Shareholder's Equity is 20000

Solution :

D/E = ( 15000 / 20000 ) * 100
= 0.75 * 100
= 75 %
Hence the D/E is 75 %.

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