Invested capital represents the total cash investment that shareholders and debtholders have made in a company. There are two different but completely equivalent methods for calculating invested capital. The operating approach is calculated as:
Invested capital = operating net working capital + net property, plant & equipment + capitalized operating leases + other operating assets + operating intangibles − other operating liabilities − cumulative adjustment for amortization of R&D
Equivalently, the financing approach is calculated as
|Invested capital =||total debt and leases|
|+||total equity and equity equivalents|
|−||non-operating cash and investments|
Invested capital is used in several important measurements of financial performance, including return on invested capital, economic value added, and free cash flow.
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... risk premium which is commonly based on the capital asset pricing model ... Return on Invested Capital (ROIC) ... how much money the company makes each year per dollar of invested capital ...
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