
Current Ratio Calculator
Current ratio is used to measure a company's ability to pay off its shortterm liabilities with its current assets. Try now…
How to calculate?
Formula: Current Ratio = Current Assets/Current Liabilities.
This is a balance sheet component; the values are commonly stated against current assets and current liabilities.
Current Assets:
This is a balance sheet component  cash, cash equivalents, account receivables, merchandise inventory and marketable securities can easily be converted into cash in the short term.
Current Liabilities:
This is a balance sheet component  accounts payable, tax payable (sales, payroll and other taxes) that are due in shortterm.
Example:
Current ratio for a company with a total current assets of $200,000 and current liabilities of $155,000 is 1.29 : 1. It means $1.29 of current assets are available to cover each $1 of its current liabilities. 
Quick Ratio Calculator
Quick ratio is used to identify how much liquid cash is readily available with a company to meet its current liabilities. Try now…
How to calculate?
Formula: Quick Ratio = Quick Assets/Current Liabilities
This is a balance sheet component; the values are commonly stated against current assets and current liabilities.
Note:
Quick Assets = total current assets value  total inventory and any current prepaid assets value.
Quick Assets:
Quick assets are current assets that can be converted to cash in shortterm. Simply subtract inventory and any current prepaid assets from the current asset total.
Current Assets:
This is a balance sheet component  cash, cash equivalents, account receivables, merchandise inventory and marketable securities can easily be converted into cash in the short term.
Inventory:
Inventory is the finished goods that can be sold immediately.
Current Liabilities:
This is a balance sheet component  accounts payable, tax payable (sales, payroll and other taxes) that are due in shortterm.
Example:
Quick ratio for a company with a total current assets of $240,000, merchandise inventory of $40,000 and current liabilities of $105,000 is 1.9 : 1. It means $1.9 of quick assets available to cover each $1 of shortterm debt (current liabilities). 
Net Working Capital Ratio Calculator
Net working capital ratio is used to track the proportion of short term net funds to assets, usually on a trend line. Try now…
How to calculate?
Formula: Net Working Capital Ratio = Net Working Capital/Total Assets
This is a Balance Sheet component; the values are commonly stated against Current Assets, Current Liabilities and Total Assets.
Note:
Net Working Capital = total current assets  total current liabilities.
It is a liquidity calculation that measures a company’s ability to pay off its current liabilities with current assets.
Current Assets:
This is a balance sheet component  cash, cash equivalents, account receivables, merchandise inventory and marketable securities can easily be converted into cash in the short term.
Current Liabilities:
This is a balance sheet component  accounts payable, tax payable (sales, payroll and other taxes) that are due in shortterm.
Total Assets:
Total assets are the sum of all current and noncurrent assets that a company owns.
Example:
Net working capital ratio for a company with a total current assets of $180,000 , current liabilities of $85,000 and total assets of $220,000 is 0.43 : 1. It means 43% of totals assets are in the form of shortterm assets (Net working capital – liquid funds).
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Liquidity Ratio Analysis
Liquidity ratios are most useful when they are used in comparative form. Some of the most commonly used liquidity ratios  Current Ratio, Quick Ratio and Net Working Capital Ratio. Select a ratio calculator and key in the required values to get the desired result: