Improving the Methods for Company’s Liquidity Assessment

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Lviv Politechnic National University
Lviv Politechnic National University

In this paper, authors analyze existing approaches to assessment of company’s liquidity and solvency, and identify inconsistencies and inaccuracies of these approaches, particularly in relation to the organization of assessment. They suggest an improved method for calculation of indices that form the basis of liquidity assessment.

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