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Janet Janitorial Case Study #231.The total number of current assets varied quite a bit between the years. It appears thata few things such as, cash as well as supplies inventory had a lot to do with this change. In supplies inventory, there is a big dip after year one. Then it proceeds to rise. By year five the amount has increased from 13.88% of the current assets to 32.69%. This seems a bit suspicious. I believe year 2, 4, and 5 could use investigating because of the large dips and climbs that are made. This could be because of ordering too little in one year, but also too much in the others. This could be helped my being consistent in keeping track of the inventory and also knowing what is used more often. Other controls are to tag all inventory, organize the inventory, sign for inventory to be removed, and also locking the inventory up.2.As mention above, Cash seems to be another culprit for Current Assets. The cash is consistent in years 1 and 2, and then nearly double in year 3 and again in year 4. In year five it drops a bit.