# Current Ratio Calculator

Instructions: Compute the current ratio $$(CR)$$ for a firm. You need to provide the current assets $$(CA)$$ and the current liabilities $$(CL)$$:

Current Assets $$(CA)$$ =
Current Liabilities $$(CL)$$ =

#### Current Ratio Calculator

More about this current ratio calculator that will help you interpret the results provided by this solver: The current ratio corresponds to the ratio between the current assets and current liabilities. This ratio is a measure of short term liquidity and it indicates how many times can current debt and liabilities be paid using only current assets. The current ratio is computed as:

$CR = \displaystyle \frac{CA}{CL}$

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