Supplies and prepaid expenses, Cost Accounting

Inventory, Supplies and Prepaid Expenses

You can well understand the requirements for carrying inventory. So as to  carry  on operations unhindered we require to have sufficient amount of merchandise on hand The quantum we have to keep in store will be determined through the availability and regularity of supply, lead time for escape and rapidly. All the same we must carry several inventories in any case. As same is the case along with non-merchandise inventory as office and factory supplies. We have to carry a minimum stock of such to ensure smooth operations. We also identify that there are several expenses that are to be' Lid before we in reality use the services, such as rent, insurance and so on. In other words we invest your money in these items of assets so as to ensure smooth operations

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