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Merchandise that is shipped by manufacturers to retailers who act as the manufacturer’s selling agent.

consigned inventory

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The name for the retailer in a consigned inventory arrangement.

account form

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The name for the manufacturer in a consigned inventory arrangement.

consignor

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The method of inventory costing based on the assumption that the costs of merchandise sold should be charged against revenue in the order in which the costs were incurred.

first-in; first-out (FIFO)

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A company’s ability to manage its inventory effectively.

inventory cost flow method

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A method of estimating inventory cost that is based on the relationship of gross profit to sales.

gross profit method

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The relationship between the volume of goods sold and inventory; computed by dividing the cost of goods sold by the average inventory.

inventory turnover

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A method of inventory costing based on the assumption that the most recent merchandise inventory costs should be charged against revenue.

last-in; first-out (LIFO) inventory

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A concept of accounting that determines the amount initially entered into the accounting records for purchases.

cost flow method

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method A method of valuing inventory that reports the inventory at the lower of its cost or current market value (replacement cost).

lower-of-cost-or-market (LCM) method (285)

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The estimated selling price of an item of inventory less any direct costs of disposal; such as sales commissions.

net realizable value

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The relationship between the volume of sales and inventory; computed by dividing the inventory at the end of the year by the average daily cost of goods sold.

number of days’ sales in inventory

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A detailed listing of merchandise on hand.

physical inventory

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The purchase order authorizes the purchase of the inventory from an approved vendor.

purchase order

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The form or electronic transmission used by the receiving personnel to indicate that materials have been received and inspected.

receiving report

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A method of estimating inventory cost that is based on the relationship of gross profit to sales.

retail inventory method

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Cash funds used for a special business need.

specific identification inventory

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A concept of accounting that determines the amount initially entered into the accounting records for purchases.

cost flow method

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The subsidiary ledger containing individual accounts for items of inventory.

subsidiary inventory ledger

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A method of inventory costing in which the cost of the units sold and in ending inventory is a weighted average of the purchase costs.

weighted average inventory cost flow method

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The estimated selling price of an item of inventory less any direct costs of disposal; such as sales commissions.

net realizable value

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The relationship between the volume of sales and inventory; computed by dividing the inventory at the end of the year by the average daily cost of goods sold.

number of days’ sales in inventory

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A detailed listing of merchandise on hand.

physical inventory

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The purchase order authorizes the purchase of the inventory from an approved vendor.

purchase order

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The form or electronic transmission used by the receiving personnel to indicate that materials have been received and inspected.

receiving report

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A method of estimating inventory cost that is based on the relationship of gross profit to sales.

retail inventory method

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Inventory method in which the unit sold is identified with a specific purchase.

specific identification inventory cost flow method

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The subsidiary ledger containing individual accounts for items of inventory.

subsidiary inventory ledger

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A method of inventory costing in which the cost of the units sold and in ending inventory is a weighted average of the purchase costs.

weighted average inventory cost flow method