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The debt service coverage ratio is important to both creditors and investors, but creditors most often analyze it. Creditors not only want to know the cash position and cash flow of a company, they also want to know how much debt it currently owes and the available cash to pay the current and future debt. Formula The debt service coverage ratio formula is calculated by dividing net operating income by total debt service. Net operating income is the income or cash flows that are left over after all of the operating expenses have been paid.

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It is the balance of the profit and loss account which is transferred to the reserve and surplus fund of the business.

Interest The amount which is payable for the financial year under concern on the loan is taken. Noncash expenses Noncash expenses are those expenses which are charged to the profit and loss account for which payment has already been done in the past years. Following are the noncash expenses: Writing off of preliminary expenses, pre-operative expenses etc, Depreciation on the fixed assets , Amortization of the intangible assets like goodwill , trademark, patent , copyright etc, Provisions for doubtful debts, Deferment of expenses like an advertisement, promotion etc.

Principal amount It is the amount payable on the loan for the financial year under review. It includes the payment towards principal for the financial year. Lease Rental The amount of lease rent paid or payable for the financial year. The result of a debt service coverage ratio is an absolute figure.

Higher this figure better is the debt serving capacity. It shows sound financial position of the company. If the ratio is less than 1, it is considered bad because it simply indicates that the cash of the firm are not sufficient to service its debt obligations. The acceptable industry norm for a debt service coverage ratio is between 1. The ratio is of utmost use to lenders of money such as banks, financial institutions etc. Objectives of any financial institution behind giving a loan to a business is earning interest and to make sure that principal amount remains secured.

Does this mean that the bank should not extend loan? No, absolutely not. It is because the bank will analyze the profit-generating capacity and business idea as a whole and if the business is strong in both of them; the DSCR can be improved by increasing the term of a loan. Increasing the term of the loan will reduce the denominator of the ratio and thereby enlarge the ratio to greater than 1. Further, companies having higher DSCR can bargain for favorable terms for them, like lower rate of interest, less protective covenants or security etc.

Truly for any loan this ratio is must. Share this:.

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How to Calculate The Debt Service Coverage Ratio (DSCR)

Calculate DSCR? Now just pause for a moment. But NOT in the second example. With this above pre-tax requirement, we can now correctly calculate DSCR.

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Even for a calculation this simple, it is best to leave behind a dynamic formula that can be adjusted and recalculated automatically. One of the primary reasons to calculate DSCR is to compare it to other firms in the industry, and these comparisons are easier to run if you can simply plug in the numbers and go. A DSCR of less than 1 means negative cash flow , which means that the borrower will be unable to cover or pay current debt obligations without drawing on outside sources — without, in essence, borrowing more. For example, DSCR of. In the context of personal finance, this would mean that the borrower would have to delve into his or her personal funds every month to keep the project afloat.

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DSCR (Debt Service Coverage Ratio)

It is the balance of the profit and loss account which is transferred to the reserve and surplus fund of the business. Interest The amount which is payable for the financial year under concern on the loan is taken. Noncash expenses Noncash expenses are those expenses which are charged to the profit and loss account for which payment has already been done in the past years. Following are the noncash expenses: Writing off of preliminary expenses, pre-operative expenses etc, Depreciation on the fixed assets , Amortization of the intangible assets like goodwill , trademark, patent , copyright etc, Provisions for doubtful debts, Deferment of expenses like an advertisement, promotion etc.

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Debt service coverage ratio

NOI is the difference between gross revenue and operating expenses. NOI is meant to reflect the true income of an entity or an operation without or before financing. Thus, not included in operating expenses are financing costs e. Debt Service are costs and payments related to financing. Interests and lease payments are true costs resulting from taking loans or borrowing assets. Thus, by accounting for principle payments, DSCR reflects the cash flow situation of an entity. A property with a debt coverage ratio of.

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