Solvency AHPP Error?!
Solvency: Total Current Assets /Total Current Liabilities Simple enough right? On the sample Balance Sheet provided a few pages later They use the number used in the Total Assets vs just the current number. So in the example they are including “fixed” assets. So now I’m co fused, is the verbage correct or the actual number? In short, when determining Solvency, do you use the “current” and “fixed” combined or just “current”? Thank you all!

Yes current assets. Do you mean the numbers used in solvency and liquidity calculations on page 418 do not match with table 7.3 on page 427? If so, I guess AHPP has made several typos: 521,667 should be 321,667, 518,194 should be 318,914, 949,451 should be 249,451.... However, AHPP never claimed that these formula examples were based on the table on page 427, so....
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