(PRWEB) January 21, 2014
After introducing a new lineup of financial calculators and helpful resource, aCalculator.com has now added a new financial ratios calculator to help businesses measure the most essential financial ratios. According to the spokesperson, the financial ratios are critical for measurement and improvement of various aspects of business. The experts behind the website expect it to be highly useful for new setups and businesses that are facing financial problems.
Explaining the phenomenon behind the new financial ratios calculator, the spokesperson explains that there are numerous financial ratios that must be considered by the businesses. The calculator takes into account ten of the most critical ratios including the debt to worth ratio, the current financial ratio, and the inventory turnover ratio. “We believe in simplified and streamlined tools. That is why we have selected ten of the most important ratios that will give a clear image of how the business is running and how it must be managed in the future,” said the spokesperson.
The calculator is a simple and free-to-use online tool that requires a small number of input values such as the amount and value of sales, liabilities, income, COGS and operating expenses. Once these values are inserted, the calculator processes the result returning ten output values that include gross profit margin, operating profit margin, return on assets, current ratio, quick ratio, sales receivable ratio, debt to worth ratio, and working capital.
According to the spokesperson, some of the values might seem simple but in actual they have a very important role to play. “New businesses often overlook the importance of seemingly simple values such as the current ratio and the quick ratio. While the former defines the company’s ability to pay-back short term obligations, the later measures the short term liquidity of the business,” he explained.
The spokesperson further suggested that the financial ratio calculator must be used along with other tools specifically created for businesses. Some of the popular tools in this category, according to usage statistics, include the breakeven analysis and cash flow calculator. A number of other calculators included in this category are Repossession of Personal Property (from a deferred payment) and Repossession of Real Property calculators.
Online business owners can also use the calculators on their own website to capture more traffic and to engage their users. aCalculator.com also offers a white label service that allows businesses to use customized calculators. For more information on this service, please visit http://www.acalculator.com.
aCalculator.com is a leading financial help website that offers budgeting and financial calculation tools for free. The website currently features 300 different calculators ranging from mortgage calculators to long term care calculators. The website caters to users from USA, Canada, and Australia by providing them essential tools to help them plan their financial future. To contact them, please use the following details:
Contact Number: (800) 333-0888