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Chapter 3 – Accrual Accounting and the Financial Statements19) Finest Ingredients Corporation has current assets of $180,000, total assets of $210,000, current liabilities of $110,000, and total liabilities of $115,000. The company is trying to obtain a bank loan for $40,000 which would be financed over six months. The terms of the loan agreement specify that the company's current ratio cannot fall below 1.5. Calculate the current ratio before and after the loan. Do you think the loan will be granted?
Diff: 2 Type: ESL.O.: L.O. 3-620) Explain the significance of the current ratio.
Diff: 2 Type: ESL.O.: L.O. 3-621) Low Carb Corp. has current assets of $160,000, total assets of $200,000, current liabilities of $85,000, and total liabilities of $100,000. The company is trying to negotiate a bank loan of $75,000. The terms of the loan require repayment over two years and state that the debt ratio cannot exceed 0.60. Calculate the debt ratio before and after the bank loan. Do you think the loan will be granted?
Diff: 2 Type: ESL.O.: L.O. 3-622) Explain the significance of the debt ratio.
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