The YC Company requests that you extend them credit for purchases that they plan to make from your company totaling about $200,000 a month. They are privately owned, and have been in busy for two-years. The sales would be beneficial to your company as you are trying to expand your business. You request financial statements from the YC Company to determine how much credit you are willing to extend to them. In your analysis you will primarily be most concerned with
A) their capital structure.
B) their solvency.
C) their liquidity.
D) their income statement.
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