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Cash to Current Assets Formula
Explanation of Cash to Current Assets
Importance of Cash to Current Assets
A high, or increasing Cash to Current Assets ratio is generally a positive sign, showing the company’s most liquid assets represent a larger portion of its Total Current Assets. It also indicates the company may be better able to convert its non-liquid assets, such as inventory, into cash.