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    Cash conversion cycle American Products is concerned about managing cash efficiently.
    On the average, inventories have an age of 90 days, and accounts receivable
    are collected in 60 days. Accounts payable are paid approximately 30 days after they
    arise. The firm has annual sales of about $30 million. Assume there is no difference in the investment per dollar of sales in inventory, receivables, and payables;
    and a 365-day year.
    a. Calculate the firm's operating cycle.
    b. Calculate the firm's cash conversion cycle.
    c. Calculate the amount of resources needed to support the firm's cash conversion
    cycle.
    d. Discuss how management might be able to reduce the cash conversion cycle.

    Cash conversion cycle American Products is concerned about managing cash efficiently.
    On the average, inventories have an age of 90 days, and accounts receivable
    are collected in 60 days. Accounts payable are paid approximately 30 days after they
    arise. The firm has annual sales of about $30 million. Assume there is no difference in the investment per dollar of sales in inventory, receivables, and payables;
    and a 365-day year.
    a. Calculate the firm's operating cycle.
    b. Calculate the firm's cash conversion cycle.
    c. Calculate the amount of resources needed to support the firm's cash conversion
    cycle.
    d. Discuss how management might be able to reduce the cash conversion cycle.

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    Cash conversion cycle American Products is concerned about managing cash efficiently.
    On the average, inventories have an age of 90 days, and accounts receivable
    are collected in 60 days. Accounts payable are paid approximately 30 days after they
    arise. The firm has annual sales of about $30 million. Assume there is no difference in the investment per dollar of sales in inventory, receivables, and payables;
    and a 365-day year.
    a. Calculate the firm's operating cycle.
    Operating Cycle = Inventory period + Accounts Receivable Period
    Operating Cycle = 90 days + 60 days = 150 ...

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