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THE PROBLEMS OF WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT IN THE PRIVATE SECTOR.

THE PROBLEMS OF WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT IN THE PRIVATE SECTOR.
ABSTRACT

This project work “The Problems of Working Capital Management in the Private Sector” affords the reader a step by step approach to the study of the rast filed of private sector and the problems encounter in the management of these private sector.
The first chapter of this work provides relevant introductory materials and objectives guiding business within the region of private sector. The second chapter provides the central philosophy of a successful management, meaning of working capital management and the inefficient management of working capital. In this work, we shall come to know that profit is the sole aim of every business and must be targeted at any point in time.
This work will help most especially the private sectors to know how to go about maximizing profit. I remain grateful to director school of financial studies Onovo and also to all my well wishers.

TABLE OF CONTENT
TITLE PAGE
APPROVAL PAGE
DEDICATION
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
ABSTRACT
CHAPTER ONE

1.0 THE INTRODUCTION
1.1 BUSINESS GUIDING OBJECTIVES
CHAPTER TWO
2.0 CENTRAL PHILOSOPHY OF A SUCCESSFUL MANAGEMENT
2.1 THE MEANING OF WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT
2.2 INEFFICIENT MANAGEMENT OF WORKING CAPITAL
CHAPTER THREE
2.0 SUMMARY
3.1 RECOMMENDATION
3.2 CONCLUSION
3.3 BIBLIOGRAPHY
CHAPTER ONE
1.0 THE INTRODUCTION

The main objectives of any business in the private sector is to make profit, but the uncertainty inherent in today’s economical environment threatens the survival of every business and makes sound liquidity and management, the local point for financial management rather than achievement of maximum profit.
1. For sometime past, the convention revenue occurs and balance sheet have been considered sufficient for the effective control of a business. The deeper study and in creased financial lead to an ever growing and importance of working capital and it’s influence on the success or otherwise of business operations.



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