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Cash and Cash Equivalents to Working Capital Calculator


This calculator will compute a company's cash and cash equivalents to working capital ratio, given the company's cash on hand, maturing marketable securities, and amount of working capital. A company's cash and cash equivalents are its most liquid assets. Comparatively large values of the cash and cash equivalents to working capital ratio indicate that a company is wellpositioned to service its shortterm debt.


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Cash and Marketable Securities to Total Current Assets Calculator


This calculator will compute a company's cash and marketable securities to total current assets ratio, given the company's total cash on hand, the value of the company's shortterm marketable securities, and the company's total current assets. The cash and marketable securities to total current assets ratio reflects the percentage of a company's total current assets that is available as immediate cash.


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Cash and Marketable Securities to Total Current Liabilities Calculator


This calculator will compute a company's cash and marketable securities to total current liabilities ratio, given the company's total cash on hand, the value of the company's shortterm marketable securities, and the company's total current liabilities. The cash and marketable securities to total current liabilities ratio is a measure of a company's ability to service its shortterm debt obligations with immediate cash.


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Cash Flow from Operations (CFO) Per Share Calculator


This calculator will compute a company's cash flow from operations (CFO) per share, given the company's cash flow from operations and its total number of shares of common stock outstanding. The cash flow from operations per share ratio reveals the amount of cash that a company has for investing and financing its ongoing operations that is assignable to each share of its common stock.


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Cash Flow from Operations (CFO) to Maturing Debt Ratio Calculator


This calculator will compute a company's cash flow from operations (CFO) to maturing debt ratio, given the company's cash flow from operations and its amount of maturing debt. The cash flow from operations to maturing debt ratio measures a company's ability to make its debt payments. A comparatively large value of this ratio indicates that a company is capable of taking on additional debt.


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Cash Flow from Operations (CFO) to Net Income Ratio Calculator


This calculator will compute a company's cash flow from operations (CFO) to net income ratio, given the company's cash flow from operations and its total net income. The cash flow from operations to net income ratio reveals the percentage of a company's total net income that is available as cash for investing and financing ongoing operations. A decline in this ratio over time may indicate that the company is experiencing cash flow problems.


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Cash Flow from Operations (CFO) to Sales Ratio Calculator


This calculator will compute a company's cash flow from operations (CFO) to sales ratio, given the company's cash flow from operations and its total sales. The cash flow from operations to sales ratio reveals the percentage of a company's total sales that is available for investing and financing the company's ongoing operations. Comparatively large values of this ratio reflect positively on a company's creditworthiness, and may indicate that a company is in a better position to grow than its competitors.


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Cash Flow to LongTerm Debt Calculator


This calculator will compute a company's cash flow to longterm debt ratio, given the company's cash flow over a specified time period and the total amount of its longterm debt. The cash flow to longterm debt ratio can be used to evaluate a company's ability to service its noncurrent debt obligations.


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Cash Flow to Total Debt Calculator


This calculator will compute a company's cash flow to total debt ratio, given the company's cash flow over a specified time period and its total debt. The cash flow to total debt ratio is a measure of a company's ability to pay its debts, and can hence be used to evaluate the company's creditworthiness or as a predictor of bankruptcy.


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Optimal Cash Level Calculator (Baumol's Model)


This calculator uses Baumol's model of cash management to compute a company's optimal level of cash, given the fixed cash transaction cost, the total cash required for the period, and the periodic interest rate. Baumol's model is commonly used to compute the optimal level of cash that a company should withdraw or borrow at a time. Its objective is to simultaneously minimize cash transaction costs and the opportunity cost of holding cash.


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Optimal Cash Level Calculator (MillerOrr Model)


This calculator uses the MillerOrr model of cash management to compute a company's optimal level of cash and its upper limit on cash, given the fixed cost of a securities transaction, the company's daily cash variance, the daily interest rate, and the company's minimum cash balance. In the MillerOrr model, when a company's cash balance reaches the upper or lower limit, the company should purchase or sell enough securities to return the cash balance to the optimal level.

