Business, Legal & Accounting Glossary
Beginning Inventory is the amount of inventory a company has in stock at the start of the current fiscal year. It is closely related with Beginning Inventory Cost, which is the amount of money spent to get these goods in stock. It should be calculated at the Lower of Cost or Market.
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