Figure 12: Times Interest Earned Ratio (TIER) 2005 2.
What does TIE stand for?
TIE stands for Times Interest Earned
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- The Insurance Exchange (various locations)
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- Theatre in Education (various locations)
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- Toshiba Information Equipments (Japan)
- Total Industrial Engineering
- Tourism Information and Environment (Philippines)
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- Toy Industries of Europe (Brussels, Belgium)
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- Transponder Interface Electronics
- Transport Initiatives Edinburgh (Scotland; UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The bank has refused to grant additional loans until the debt ratio can be lowered to below 50% and the times interest earned ratio increased to above four.
Times interest earned (TIE): Times interest earned is a debt management ratio that measures how much interest a company pays in relation to financing of revenue before taxes and interest.
The times interest earned ratio, which reflects the extent of additional debt hospitals can assume based on current profitability, fell to 0.
Chugach's current RCA authorized Times Interest Earned Ratio (TIER) is 1.
And with Halifax's pounds 100 incentive to switch paid up front, total returns could be three times interest earned over the same period from Abbey.
AECI's 1997 financial performance provided solid debt service coverage and times interest earned ratios of 1.
Financial ratios such as the Times Interest Earned (TIER), the Debt Service Coverage (DSC), and the Return on Equity (ROE) provide simple, yet informative, insights into the member's financial position.