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Acid Ratio Definition


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Acid Ratio

Also called acid test ratio or quick ratio, it is a corporations current assets minus inventories divided by current liabilities.

By excluding inventory from the formula, the ratio focuses on a corporations liquid assets, and helps determine if the corporation can meet its current liabilities with its convertible assets if sales ceased. A corporation is considered sound when quick assets exceeds current liabilities.

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