Higher Quick Ratio is not Always Good


 
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Higher Quick Ratio is not Always Good
Khin Thit Yee
Higher quick ratio is not always a good thing. It might indicate that the business is over-trading and it need to manage its working capital, especially accounts receivables management to prevent unnecessary bad debts.
 

   
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