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MGT201 GDB No 1 Fall 2021 Solution / Discussion Last Date: 08-12-2021

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MGT201 GDB Solution # 1 Fall 2021

GDB No.  1
Semester: Fall 2021

Question Description

Financial Analysis

Financial analysis is among the key functions of financial management, it helps in deciding about the performance of the companies based on comparisons. Among various ratio analyses, liquidity analysis allows companies to analyze their ability to manage short term obligations.

This analysis is significant if it is a relative analysis in which comparison is made with some benchmarks. Such comparisons help companies to improve their position and to take right decision about management of various components of working capital that can ultimately improve their liquidity position.


Following information has been extracted from the financial statements of ABC Company to analyze liquidity position of the Company based on current ratio.

1. If an industry bench mark of current ratio is 2:1, calculate current ratio of ABC Company from the following data and compare it with industry bench mark.

MGT201 GDB Solution # 1 Fall 2021

2. Calculate current ratio if company has decided to use Rs. 200,000 to pay off short term debt. Discuss whether company’s decision to pay off sort term debt with cash is right to improve the liquidity position? Why or why not?

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MGT201 GDB Solution # 1 Fall 2021


MGT201 GDB Solution # 1 Fall 2021


Benchmark of the company is 2/1

We should calculate the current ratio which is equal to = current assets / current liabilities


Current Assets = Cash+ Inventory+ Accrued Receivables + Marketable Securities

= 400,000 + 150,000 + 100,000 + 200,000

= 850,000

Current Liabilities = Account Payables + Short term debts + Accruals

= 100,000 + 150,000 + 250,000

= 500,000

Current Ratio = 850,000/500,000

Current Ratio = 1.7/1

It is lower than the benchmark


If a company wants to pay off its short-term MGT201 GDB Solution # 1 Fall 2021 debts of Rs 20,000 we will deduct the value of Rs 200,000 from cash in Current assets and from short-term debts in current liabilities.

 Current Assets = 850,000 + 200,000

= 650,000

Current Liabilities = 500,000 + 200,000

= 300,000

Now again calculate the value of Current Ratio

= 650,00/300,000

= 2.1/1

This is higher than the benchmark so the company should pay off its short-term debts.

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Mgt201 gdb Solved by M. Zubair


Current asset= CA/CL

Current ratio= 850000/500000= 1.7 Times


Current ratio = 650000/300000= 2.17 Times

The company decision is right to improve the liquidity position because company has earned 1.7 rupees current assets of current liabilities while after paid the short term debt company has earned 2.17 rupees current assets of current liabilities

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The decision to pay Rs.200000 short term debt from cash has improved the liquidity position of company because now company has Rs.2.16667 of current Asset to pay Rs.1 of current liability as compared to 1.7 of current Asset to pay Rs.1 of current liability.


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