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Textbook Problem

Times interest earned

Aver ill Products Inc. reported the following on the company's income .statement in two recent years:

  Current Year Prior Year
Interest expense $440,000

$400,000

Income before income tax expense 5,544,000

4,400,000

a. Determine the times interest earned ratio for the current year and the prior year. Round to one decimal place.

b. Is the number of times interest charges are earned improving or declining?

(a)

To determine

Times-Interest-Earned ratio: It is the ratio that quantify a business ability to pay interest expense. It is calculated as shown below:

Times-interest-earned ratio}=Incomebeforeincometax+Interest expenseInterest expense

To calculate: Times-interest-earned ratio for the current year and the prior year.

Explanation

Calculate interest earned ratio for current year, if income before income tax is given as $5,544,000, and interest expense is given as $440,000.

Times-interest- earned ratio}=Incomebeforeincometax+Interest expenseInterest expense=$5,544,000+$440,000$440,000=13.6

Calculate interest earned ratio for prior year, if income before income tax is given as $4,400,000, and interest expense is given as $400,000

(b)

To determine

To compare: Times-interest-earned ratio of the current year from the prior year

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