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Working Capital

Working capital refers to short-term funds that are needed to meet operating expenses. To quote Ramamoorthy, "It refers to the funds, which a company must possess to finance its day-to-day operations". It is concerned with the management of the firm's current assets and current liabilities.  It relates to the problems that arise in attempting to manage the current assets, current [...]

By |2023-02-11T09:54:59+05:30April 27, 2022|Financial Management|Comments Off on Working Capital

Types of Working Capital

Working capital in a business is needed because of the operating cycle. But the need for working capital does not come to an end after the cycle is completed.  Since the operating cycle is a continuous process, there remains a need for continuous supply of working capital. However, the amount of working capital required is not constant throughout the year, [...]

By |2022-01-19T15:56:53+05:30January 19, 2022|Working Capital|Comments Off on Types of Working Capital

Sources of Working Capital: Top 10 Sources of Working Capital

Everything you need to know about the sources of working capital. Working Capital is defined as the "excess of current assets over current liabilities and provisions." According to Shubin “working capital is the amount of funds necessary for the cost of operating the enterprise. Working capital in a going concern is a revolving fund. It consists of cash receipts from [...]

By |2019-05-25T05:39:38+05:30May 25, 2019|Working Capital|Comments Off on Sources of Working Capital: Top 10 Sources of Working Capital
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