invested capital


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Invested Capital

The capital that a company has invested or can invest in itself. It is calculated by adding the company's long-term debt, stock, and retained earnings. It may also apply to an individual by adding his/her net worth and long-term debt.

invested capital

An investment measure calculated by adding an investor's net worth and long-term liabilities.
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Invested Capital was measured as the total interest-bearing debt (notes payable plus current portion of long-term debt plus non-current portion of long-term debt) plus owners' equity.
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