Difference between Profitability and Liquidity?

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Profitability refers to the amount of revenue gained when a business entity exceeds in revenue the amount needed to sustain it in terms of expenses, costs, and taxes. Liquidity refers to the availability of liquid, or cash, assets of a given business entity. The difference can be phrased in terms of profit versus assets.
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