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Below you will find descriptions and links to 6 free calculators for computing values associated with corporate asset utilization (turnover).

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This calculator will compute a company's fixed asset turnover ratio, given the total value of the company's fixed assets and its total sales.

*Small values of the fixed asset turnover ratio may indicate that a company has excess production capacity, inefficient equipment, or inadequate access to raw materials.*

This calculator will compute a company's sales to accounts receivable turnover ratio, given the company's accounts receivable balance and its total sales.

*Small values of the sales to accounts receivable ratio may indicate that a company overextends credit or has collection problems. Large values of this ratio may indicate that a company's credit policy is too stringent.*

This calculator will compute a company's sales to cash turnover ratio, given the company's cash on hand and its total sales.

*High values of the sales to cash ratio may indicate that a company is facing a liquidity crisis, while low values may indicate that a company is not using its available cash productively.*

This calculator will compute a company's sales to inventory turnover ratio, given the total value of the products in the company's inventory and its total sales.

*Small values of the sales to inventory ratio can indicate that a company has overestimated its sales, has slow-moving goods, or has an overstocking problem. Large values can indicate that a company has an inadequate investment in inventory, which may cause lost sales or poor customer service.*

This calculator will compute a company's sales to working capital turnover ratio, given the company's total sales and its amount of working capital.

*Comparatively small values of the sales to working capital ratio may indicate that a company is not producing sales efficiently in light of its level of operating liquidity.*

This calculator will compute a company's total asset turnover ratio, given the company's total sales and total assets.

*A comparatively large value of the total asset turnover ratio indicates that a company is utilizing its assets more efficiently than its competitors with respect to revenue generation.*