Long-Term Debt KPI
Long-Term Debt KPI shows the total amount of all
company’s borrowings and obligations (usually with interest payments) that will
be due in one year later after the date indicated in the balance sheet. Bonds
and notes, bank loans, mortgages can be considered long-term debts if their maturity
exceeds longer than in one year. Long-Term Debt KPI is used to estimate how
much loans a company has and how solvent it is. The debt values vary from
company to company, from industry to industry. Sometimes high Long-Time Debt
brings additional profit to the company. It happens when the company's assets
generate greater earnings than the interest payments.
To calculate company’s Long-Term Debt please follow the steps below:
- Create custom field "Long-Term Debt"
to view the total value
of this KPI on Task List, filter your to-do list by task group with tasks associated
with Long-Term Debt
Set filter to display the company’s debt that should be
paid off in a period longer than one year.
- To set footer to display the total value
of Long-Term Debt KPI for a given
task group right click under
column "Long-Term Debt"
- To enable
the displaying of the total value of Long-Term Debt on Task Tree select the
task group with the tasks that refer to loans and obligations lasting more
than one year
- In "Edit
custom fields options" window select the following options for custom
field "Long-Term Debt"
- in "Settings for" select "This task
- select "Enable"
- in "Aggregated (for task group)" field select
"Sum" from drop-down list and the custom field name "Long-Term Debt"
- If you
would like to edit the value of this KPI manually please select the
following settings in "Edit custom fields options" window
- in "Settings for" select "This
- select "Enable"
- select "Edit"
- To enter/edit the value for this custom field
select task group, select "Edit" and open "Custom fields" tab
Long-Term Debt KPI on Task Tree
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