Accounting Dictionary - Letter W

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Working capital turnover
(also called working capital productivity ratio) measures how efficiently a company is utilizing its investment in current assets less current liabilities (i.e., working capital). To calculate this ratio, sales are divided by the average working capital. The average working capital can be determined by adding beginning working capital to ending working capital and dividing the result by two.
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