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Retention Ratio


Definition: Retention Ratio is a financial indicator that quantifies the proportion of earnings that are kept by a firm for internal use (to be reinvested or perhaps for tax benefits) rather than being distributed as dividends to shareholders.


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More on financial ratios: Cash Ratio, Interest Coverage Ratio, Quick Ratio.

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