# Invested Capital Calculator

Enter the total debt & leases, total equity & equity equivalents, and non-operating cash and investments to determine the total invested capital.

## Invested Capital Formula

The following formula can be used to calculate the total invested capital.

IC = D&L + E + C&I

• Where IC is the invested capital
• D&L is the debt and leases (\$)
• E is the total equity and equity equivalents (\$)
• C&I is the non-operating cash & investments (\$)

## FAQ

What is invested capital?

Invested capital is a financial term used to describe the total amount of monetary capital invested in any given business or business segment.

Why are debts and leases included in invested capital?

These are included in invested capital because while they are liabilities, they are part of the total investment in the project.

## Invested Capital Example

How to calculate invested capital?

1. First, determine the total debt and leases.

This will be the total debt and leases used on equipment and services directly used for the business.

2. Next, determine the total equity.

Evaluate the total value of the equity and equity equivalents.

3. Next, determine the non-operating cash and investments.

Evaluate the total amount of non-operating cash and investments.

4. Finally, calculate the invested capital.

Using the formula, calculate the total amount of invested capital.