Formula
to calculate cash balance ratio (days cash balance):
Cash
Balance = (cash x 365 days) / (cost of sales [excluding
depreciation])
Cash
balance ratio (days cash balance) definition and
explanation:
The Cash Balance Ratio is also referred to as
Days
Cash Balance.
The cash balance ratio indicates the number of days that a
company can pay its debts, as they become due, out of
current cash.
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