Matching approach - financing current assets, Finance Basics

Matching Approach - Financing Current Assets

This approach is further referred to as the hedging approach. Beneath this approach, the firm adopts a financial plan that involves the matching of the expected life of assets along with the expected life of the origin of funds raised to finance assets. Hence the firm uses short-term funds to finance temporary assets and long term funds to finance permanent assets. Permanent assets refer permanent current assets and to fixed assets. This approach can be signifying by the following figure:

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