What is working capital, Accounting Basics

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Q. What is Working capital?

Working capital -- current assets minus current liabilities. In most businesses majorcomponents of working capital are cash, accounts receivable and inventory minus accountspayable. As a business grows it would have larger accounts receivable as well as more inventory. Thereforethe need for working capital will increase.


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