Yield On Earning Asset

Last updated on
February 17, 2022

A financial solvency ratio that compares a company or entity’s interest income to its earning assets is known as the yield on earning assets. It is a measure of the amount of income assets generate for the company. A higher yield on earning assets is preferred because it shows that a company is making good use of its assets.

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