What are My Working Capital Requirements?
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Working capital is the amount you have remaining when current liabilities are subtracted from current assets. Whether a business has enough working capital is measured by the “current ratio” or current assets divided by current liabilities.  A result that is too low may indicate that your business could have difficulty paying bills while a result that is too high may indicate your assets are not being put to their best use.

Use this calculator to help determine your working capital requirements.

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