Current Ratio- the current ratio is current assets divided by current liabilities. In the data from 2002 in Appendix D the current assets equal $104,296.00 and the current liabilities equal $139,017.00 the current ratio equals 0.75. 2.
Long –term solvency ratio- the formula used for long term solvency is total assets divided by total liabilities. In the data provided the total assets equal $391,270.00 and the total liabilities equal $310,246.00 making the long-term solvency ratio equal 1.26 3.
Contribution ratio- largest revenue source divided by total revenues. The largest revenue source in the data provided equals $617,169.00 and the total revenues equal $1,165,065.00 which brings the contribution ratio to 0.53 4.
Program and expenses ratio- the formula for program and expense ratio is total program expenses divided by total expenses. 5.
General and management and expenses ratio- The total general and management expenses divided by total expenses. The total general and management expenses equal $351,000.00 and the total expenses equal $1,185,008.00. The total general and management and expense ratio equals 0.30 6.
Fund Raising and expense ratio- Total fund raising expenses divided by total expenses. The total find raising expenses equals $117,903.00 and the total expenses equal $1,185,008.00. The fund raising and expense ratio equals 0.1 7.
Revenue and expense ratio- Total revenues divided by total expenses. The total revenue equals $1,165,065.00 and the total expenses equals $1,185,008.00.The total revenue and expense ratio equals 0.98
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