Inventory management and control, Cost Accounting

Inventory Management and Control

Here the objectives of inventory management are as:

1. To ensure adequate stocks to permit for continuous production/operations, and

2. To minimize the having inventory's cost.

Inventory management is significant since in most organizations it signifies the largest single investment. The main categories of inventory are:

a) Finished goods

b) Work in progress

c) Raw materials

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