Working capital formula

The working capital formula is a calculation used by businesses to determine liquidity. That number can be arrived at by subtracting current liabilities (accounts payable, wages payable, etc), from current assets (cash and cash equivalents, property, etc). The remainder is the amount of working capital a company can spend. Working capital can also be expressed as a ratio: current assets/current liabilities.

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