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Balance Sheet Data VRA Quote Vera Bradle

To support growth, companies need to keep investing in capital items – including property, plants and equipment. To calculate this net investment,we take capital expenditure (found in the company’s statement of cash flows) and subtract non-cash depreciation (found on the income statement). Working capital refers to the cash a company needs for day-to-day operations. The faster a company expands, the more cash it will need. To calculate working capital, we take current assets and subtract current liabilities. You can find both of these on a company’s balance sheet, which is published in its quarterly and annual financial statements.