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About Cash to Working Capital
The Cash to Working Capital ratio measures how well a company can meet its short-term liabilities using its liquid assets such as Cash and Marketable Securities.
Calculate Cash to Working Capital
Interpreting the Calculator Results
If Cash to Working Capital increases over time:
An increasing Cash to Working Capital ratio is generally a positive sign, indicating the company may have increasingly higher cash reserves and should be able to meet its financial obligations.
If Cash to Working Capital decreases over time:
A decreasing Cash to Working Capital ratio is generally a negative sign, indicating the company may be suffering from low cash reserves and may not be able to meet its financial obligations.
If Cash to Working Capital stays the same over time:
An unchanged Cash to Working Capital ratio indicates the company”s ability to generate cash reserves has remained the same.