Our Explanation of Working Capital and Liquidity provides you with an in-depth look at the components of working capital and the challenges of converting current assets to cash before obligations come due. You will see how the statement of cash flows can assist you in understanding and managing a company’s liquidity.
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Our Working Capital and Liquidity Cheat Sheet highlights the components of working capital and the financial ratios associated with accounts receivable and inventory. It also summarizes the reasons for a company’s liquidity to increase or decrease and how the changes are presented in the statement of cash flows.
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Earning this certificate will show that you understand the need for managing working capital and why company owners often proclaim, "Cash is king". Studying and reviewing our related materials will allow you to become more astute about changes in a company's working capital and the importance of the speed in which current assets are converted to cash. You will also see the importance of the liquidity information contained in the statement of cash flows.