Explain Return on Assets or ROA

Return on Assets (ROA): It is an indicator of how gainful a company is associative to its net assets. ROA provides an idea as to how proficient management is at employing its assets to produce earnings. Computed by dividing a company's annual earnings by its net assets, ROA is exhibited as a percentage. Sometimes this is termed to as the "return on investment".

Formula for return on assets is as:

= Net Income/Total Assets

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