Working Capital Template

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Working Capital Template

This working capital template allows you to calculate working capital using the following formula:

Working capital = current assets – current liabilities

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Working capital is the difference between a company’s current assets and current liabilities. It is a financial measure that calculates whether a company has enough liquid assets to pay its bills that will be due in a year. When a company has excess current assets, that amount can then be used to spend on its day-to-day operations.

Current assets, such as cash and equivalents, inventory, accounts receivable, and marketable securities, are resources a company owns that can be used up or converted into cash within a year.

Current liabilities are the amount of money a company owes such as accounts payable, short-term loans, and accrued expenses, which are due for payment within a year.

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