## FSAIII

sairamu217
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### FSAIII

The current ratio of a firm is 1.5. If the firm decides to pay off 10% of its creditors, how would if impact
the current ratio?
A. Increase
B. Decrease
C. No Impact

peeyushbhatti
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### FSAIII

There will be no impact. Ans is C. CR = CA/ CL 10% reduction in creditors means 10% reduction in CL (Acct Payable reduce by 10%) and also 10% reduction in CA (cash goes out), so numerator and denominator reduce by same amounts and thus no impact will be there.

sairamu217
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### FSAIII

Thanks for your reply. i too thought that in the similar way. But in the slides its mentioned as decreases and some kind of calculation is mentioned. Couldnt understand what that was.!

content.pristine
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### FSAIII

Hey Guys!

Okay, in questions like this, take real numbers to help you out. CR=1.5
I will take CA=300 and CL=200.
Now, lets say 10% of the creditors is \$5
now CA=295 CL=195 CR =1.51
Hence it INCREASES..
Now, if the CR was <1 the answer changes..

Hope this helps!!