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Cash Flow Metrics at a Glance
Average collection period – Number of days it takes for your costumers to pay you, on average.
Average days payable – Number of days it takes you to pay your bills, on average.
Cash conversion cycle – Average collection period plus days inventory outstanding minus average days payable.
Cash on hand – Cash in the bank plus available room in your line of credit.
Days inventory outstanding – Number of days it takes to sell your inventory, on average.
Inventory turnover (inventory turns) – Number of times you sell your inventory per year.


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