Defensive Interval Ratio Calculator

The Defensive interval ratio(DIR) or defensive interval period(DIP) is a financial metric that indicates the number of days(interval measure ratio) that a company can operate without needing to access non-current assets. This defensive interval ratio calculator helps you assess a company's ability to meet its daily expenses or debts. In the below DIR calculator enter current assets and average daily operating costs and submit to know interval measure ratio.

Interval Measure Ratio Calculation

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The Defensive interval ratio(DIR) or defensive interval period(DIP) is a financial metric that indicates the number of days(interval measure ratio) that a company can operate without needing to access non-current assets. This defensive interval ratio calculator helps you assess a company's ability to meet its daily expenses or debts. In the below DIR calculator enter current assets and average daily operating costs and submit to know interval measure ratio.

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Formula:

Interval Measure = Current Assets / Average Daily Operating Costs

Example:

Find the defensive interval ratio of a company which has current assets of $20000 and $563 average daily operating cost?

Solution:

Interval Measure = 20000 / 563
= 35.524 Days


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