Building and Maintaining Cash Reserves

Building and Maintaining Cash Reserves
Building and Maintaining Cash Reserves

Volume Number
Volume 44 (2019)
Issue Number
10
ISM’s number one Stability Marker is cash reserves, and it has been continually ranked in the top two of correlates for a school’s long-term sustainability over a period of decades. The technical definition for ISM’s Stability Marker for “cash reserves” is actually a formulaic mix of cash reserves, debt, and endowment. A school’s high score on this means there is excess cash, at levels of 25% /or more of the total operating budget, and low (or no) debt. 
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