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    Does working capital management also include the turnover of A/R, inventory and payables?

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    Working capital is the firm's total current assets used in operations.
    Working capital = total current assets

    These current assets include cash, marketable securities, prepaid expenses, accounts receivable, inventory, and other current assets. Working capital represents the liquid portion of the firm.

    Working capital provides the resources for the day to day operations of the firm.
    Without cash, the firm cannot pay its bills. Without receivables, the company would have difficulty selling merchandise. Without inventory, the firm would be unable to make immediate delivery of goods. Net Working Capital means the difference between current assets and current liabilities, and ...

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