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Posted by clara on Wednesday, September 26, 2012 at 5:21pm.

Debt-to-equity ratio is:

A. calculated by dividing total liabilities by net worth.

B. calculated by dividing monthly debt payments by net monthly income.

C. determined by dividing your assets by liabilities.

D. rarely used by creditors in determining credit worthiness.


My choice is B. Is it right?

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