Formula to
calculate expenses to current assets ratio:
Expenses to Current
Assets = (cost of sales + operating expenses + taxes)
average current assets.
Expenses to
current assets ratio definition and explanation:
The expenses to current assets ratio shows the
adequacy of current assets to satisfy ongoing business
related expenses.
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