Liquidity ratios (short term solvency ratios), Accounting Basics

Liquidity Ratios (Short Term Solvency Ratios): 

These Ratios calculate the capability of the firm to meet its current obligations. They point out whether the firm has enough liquid resources to meet its short term accountability. The various liquidity ratios are :-

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