The working capital is the amount revolving capital to meet the day today requirements of the firm. The other facets of the working capital is circulating capital, floating capital and moving capital which are required to meet the immediate requirements of the firm. The "working capital" means the funds available for day today operations of the enterprise.
It also represents the excess of current assets over the current liabilities which include the short-term loans.
Accounting standards Board, The institute of Chartered Accountant of India note the ASB has used the term “working capital” and not “Net working capital”.
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