Graph of the Week: Core Earnings by State

 
 

The core earnings ratio is an attempt to provide the true measure of a credit union's earnings by eliminating external factors (such as the NCUSIF Stabilization Expense). Core earnings is calculated by taking a credit union's total income and removing interest expenses and operating expenses. This information is then annualized, and that value is divided by the average assets to complete the ratio. By comparing this metric to a credit union's traditional ROA, you will get a better sense of the credit union's earnings through operations.

 

 

 

Sept. 14, 2009


Comments

 
 
 
  • Interest Expenses and Operating expenses are the factors management must overcome. To eliminate them allows us to state we are doing well. Like the emporer's new cloths.
    Bill Stangler
     
     
     
  • We apologize for the confusion. Core earnings = Total Income - Interest Expense - Operating Expenses.
    Elliott Kashner