## How do you write a ratio analysis?

The four key financial ratios used to analyse profitability are:

- Net profit margin = net income divided by sales.
- Return on total assets = net income divided by assets.
- Basic earning power = EBIT divided by total assets.
- Return on equity = net income divided by common equity.

**What statements are used in ratio analysis?**

What Is Ratio Analysis? Ratio analysis is a quantitative method of gaining insight into a company’s liquidity, operational efficiency, and profitability by studying its financial statements such as the balance sheet and income statement.

**How do you explain ratio analysis?**

Ratio analysis is a quantitative procedure of obtaining a look into a firm’s functional efficiency, liquidity, revenues, and profitability by analysing its financial records and statements. Ratio analysis is a very important factor that will help in doing an analysis of the fundamentals of equity.

### How do you do ratio analysis on a balance sheet?

Your current ratio should ideally be above 1:1.

- Current Ratio = Current Assets / Current Liabilities.
- Quick Ratio = (Current Assets β Current Inventory) / Current Liabilities.
- Working Capital = Current Assets β Current Liabilities.
- Debt-to-equity Ratio = Total Liabilities / Total Shareholder Equity.

**What is ratio analysis in tally?**

The Ratio Analysis Report is divided into two parts, Principal Groups and Principal Ratios. The Principal Groups are the key figures that give perspective to the ratios. Principal Ratios relate two pieces of financial data to obtain a comparison that is meaningful. You can view this report in browser .

**Is an example of balance sheet ratio?**

Current ratio = current assets/current liabilities, both of which are balance sheet items and hence it is a balance sheet ratio. Quick ratio is also a balance sheet ratio because the numerator (current assets β inventories) and the denominator (current liabilities) are both balance sheet items.