By John Zietlow, Jo Ann Hankin, Alan G. Seidner
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Calculating and analyzing more than one provides you with a composite measure of solvency. One ratio in isolation should never be relied on to provide an adequate perspective on solvency. CASH RATIO. The cash ratio is calculated as: Cash and cash equivalents / Current liabilities All data is taken from the balance sheet (or statement of financial position). Use unrestricted and temporarily restricted cash and cash equivalents in any case in which a portion of the organization’s cash and equivalents is permanently restricted.
4. This is developed for businesses in Maness and Zietlow, Short-Term Financial Management, pp. 41–43, and for nonprofits in Chapter 9 of John Zietlow, Jo Ann Hankin, and Alan Seidner, Financial Management for Nonprofit Organizations: Policies and Practices (Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, 2007). The latter presentation is based on the adaptation of sustainable growth modeling to nonprofits by Marc Jegers. 5. IRS, “Executive Summary: Credit Counseling Compliance Project,” May 15, 2006. pdf. Accessed: 6/27/06.
Fourth, it has been difficult to set the appropriate target liquidity level. ” Three months to six months of expenses constitute a partial answer to how much liquidity to hold, but at best this simply buffers your organization against cash inflow and cash outflow mismatches and the seasonality of your organization’s funds flows. Typically organizations need to hold more funds than that in order to buffer against emergencies and to pre-fund large investment amounts, such as capital expenditures or program expansion.