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Is the Net working capital correct?

Hi Guys, I was wondering if the Net Working Capital is calculated correctly. It should be 5% of revenues - in 2022e we have like ~4mio revenues which schould give the something around ~200k Net Working Capital. However, the table comes up with much lower values. I am doing something wrong here? BR

Hi Guys, I was wondering if the Net Working Capital is calculated correctly. It should be 5% of revenues - in 2022e we have like ~4mio revenues which schould give the something around ~200k Net Working Capital. However, the table comes up with much lower values. I am doing something wrong here? BR

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Hi,

A great lesson in listening/reading carefully!

The prompt says "the client is interested in how much money he has left at the end of the year for investments"

So, you should be doing your calculations for 2019, not 2022

Hi,

A great lesson in listening/reading carefully!

The prompt says "the client is interested in how much money he has left at the end of the year for investments"

So, you should be doing your calculations for 2019, not 2022