How do I calculate total of readily realisable own funds?
This question applies to personal investment firms. You will need to review the information in RMA-A any and RMA-D to calculate how much of your firm’s financial resources are readily realisable. Start with the own funds figure calculated in RMA-D2. Then deduct the value of any asset on the balance sheet (RMA-A) which has not already been deducted in the calculation of own funds and which is not capable of being converted into cash within 90 days. This is likely to include some fixed assets and disputed or bad debts included in current assets. The resulting figure represents your firm’s readily realisable own funds.
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