Our Financial Analysis Success Kit is Ready!
Why you should take a look at the Financial Analysis Success Kit:
We've combined all our highly popular financial analysis tools into one megafinancialanalysiskit that will save you hundreds of dollars if purchased separately. The kit contains 9 files packed with the most important financial ratio analysis tools you can find to help rocket your way to mastering financial analysis. The kit includes:
The eBook "Learn Ratio Analysis In Minutes"

The Learn Financial Ratio Analysis Excel Spreadsheet (2 versions!)

A BONUS...Our eBook of "Key Financial Statement Terms"

Another HUGE BONUS...FivePart Financial Ratio Cheat Sheet Series
Learn more on our product page:
Take a LookQuick Definition
Measures the affect of a company’s inventory level on its ability to operate profitably.
There's More to Financial Analysis Than You Think...
The Financial Analysis Success Kit can help!
Why you should take a look at the Financial Analysis Success Kit:
We've combined all our highly popular financial analysis tools into one megafinancialanalysiskit that will save you hundreds of dollars if purchased separately. The kit contains 9 files packed with the most important financial ratio analysis tools you can find to help rocket your way to mastering financial analysis. The kit includes:

The eBook "Learn Ratio Analysis In Minutes"

The Learn Financial Ratio Analysis Excel Spreadsheet (2 versions!)

A BONUS eBook..."Key Financial Statement Terms"

Another HUGE BONUS...FivePart Financial Ratio Cheat Sheet Series
The result? You get all these professionally created tools for a great low price.
Learn more on our product page:
Inventory to Working Capital Formula
Explanation of Inventory to Working Capital
The Inventory to Working Capital ratio measures how well a company is able to generate cash using Working Capital at its current inventory level.
Importance of Inventory to Working Capital
An increasing Inventory to Working Capital ratio is generally a negative sign, showing the company may be having operational problems. If a company has too much Working Capital invested in Inventories, they may have difficulty having enough Working Capital to make payments on ShortTerm Liabilities and Accounts Payable. This is a great ratio to be used with several others to thoroughly investigate the inner workings of a company.