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Average Collection Period Calculator

Here is an average collection period calculator which estimates how quickly the company is able to collect on its accounts receivable. Enter the company's Accounts Receivable and Revenues and the tool will estimate how quickly the company collects. Average Collection Period Calculator What is the average collection period? The average collection period refers to how […]

Inventory Turnover and Days of Sales in Inventory Calculator

Here is an inventory turnover calculator which also estimates the number of days of sales that are held in inventory. Enter the Cost of Goods Sold in a given period, and the Inventory held in Current Assets and the beginning and end of the period to compute the inventory turnover. Inventory Turnover Calculator What is […]

Working Capital Calculator

Below is a working capital calculator. See how much a company has to immediately invest in its business and growth by netting our current assets and current liabilities. Working Capital Calculator What is a company's working capital? Working capital is the short-term funds a company can use to fund its day-to-day operations or dedicate to […]

Cash Ratio Calculator

Below is a cash ratio calculator. Enter a company's cash and cash equivalents current liabilities to compute the cash ratio. Cash Ratio Calculator What is a company's cash ratio? A company's cash ratio is one of the most aggressive liquidity ratios, and measures a company's ability to meet short term liability needs using only cash […]

Quick Ratio Calculator

Below is a quick ratio calculator. Enter a company's cash and cash equivalents, accounts receivable, and other marketable securities, then enter current liabilities to compute the quick ratio. (The quick ratio is used interchangeably with the acid test ratio. However, they will differ in certain situations). Quick Ratio Calculator What is a company's quick ratio? […]

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