# Leverage Calculator

This leverage calculator help you to quantify a company exposure to operational risk, financial risk and a combination of the operational risk, financial risk.

# Results...

DOL = Q × (P - V)Q × (P - V) - F

DOL = 200 × (100 - 20)200 × (100 - 20) - 80

DOL = 1600015920

Degree of Operating Leverage (DOL) = 1.005

DFL = Q × (P - V) - FQ × (P - V) - F - C

DFL = 200 × (100 - 20) - 80200 × (100 - 20) - 80 - 300

DFL = 1592015620

Degree of Financial Leverage (DFL) = 1.0192

DTL = Q × (P - V)Q × (P - V) - F - C

DTL = 200 × (100 - 20)200 × (100 - 20) - 80 - 300

DTL = 1600015620

Degree of Total Leverage (DTL) = 1.0243

## Degree of Operating Leverage(DOL) Formula

DOL assists a firm in quantifying its operational risk, i.e., the risk arising from its mix of fixed and variable costs.

DOL = Q × (P - V)Q × (P - V) - F

Where,

Q = the number of units

P = the price per unit

V = the variable operating cost per unit

F = the fixed operating cost

P - V = the per unit contribution margin

Q (P - V) = the contribution margin

## Degree of Financial Leverage(DFL) Formula

DFL assists a firm in quantifying its financial risk, i.e., the risk relating to how the firm finances its operations.

DOL = Q × (P - V) - FQ × (P - V) - F - C

## Degree of Total Leverage(DTL) Formula

DTL is a measure of the sensitivity of the firn net income to changes in the number of units produced and sold.

DOL = Q × (P - V)Q × (P - V) - F - C