Working Capital

What does it mean?

Working Capital refers to the funds that a business has available for day-to-day operations. This can include cash on hand, inventory, and accounts receivable.

Why is Working Capital important for a business?

Working Capital is important for businesses to ensure that they have the funds necessary to cover day-to-day expenses and to invest in growth opportunities. It can also help businesses to weather periods of economic uncertainty and avoid cash flow problems.

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