restaurant, accounting ratios, profitability


In order to ensure the success of their business restaurants must take into account three key business attributes: 1) profitability, 2) liquidity, and 3) solvency. These attributes will be described as well as how they can be measured through accounting ratios. By tracking these ratios, restaurants can ensure their success by maintaining the ratios at safe levels; doing so will help restaurants identify and solve problems as they arise

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