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Furtherinformation such as current liabilities (any payables or lines of credit), inventory turnover, current assetfigures, a description of actual company operations, how long it takes to receive payment after product isshipped, etc. This will all help determine how much working capital will need to increase based on
RUNNING HEAD: Case Study Analysis3projected sales increase and give a full picture of the appropriate amount of capital Morris needs toprocure. Most of this information can be found with a combination of monthly statements, balancesheet, income statement, statement of cash flows, and if he has one since he has investors, a statementof shareholder’s equity.Morris should try to get a bank loan first for his capital needs. Even though he was turned downwhen the company was started, he now has an established business and a successful product withrelevant financial history and projections information to give the bank if he does the above discussedcapital needs evaluation right. “Bankers will often make financial ratios a part of your