Cash Earnings Per Share (Cash EPS).

The cash EPS ratio measures the amount of cash that a company generates per share. This ratio is useful in evaluating a company’s ability to generate cash flow and its overall financial health. To calculate cash EPS, divide the company’s total cash flow from operations by the number of shares outstanding. For example, if a … Read more

What is book depreciation?

During the accounting exercises of a company it is necessary to estimate how much value the non-current assets or fixed. This process is known as accounting amortization, since it allows calculating the depreciation or valuation of a company's assets and being able to establish their real value over time. Among the assets to be amortize … Read more