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Quick Look: Inverse Current Ratio
for Reporting Public Charities in CLP (Latest Returns)

The Inverse Current Ratio is current liabilities divided by current assets
It is a measure of the resources needed to be paid in cash or delivered in services in the next 12 months against liabilities over the 12-month period.

A note on IRS Form 990 financial ratios:  Although useful and informative as indicators, ratios are only one type of measure of the financial health and operations of a nonprofit. Financial ratios cannot tell you the full story of nonprofit's operations and impact. Click here to learn more.
Ratios are calculated as the ratio of state totals of the numerator and denominator for each ratio — not as medians or average of each organization.