UK Accounting Glossary
The cost of goods manufactured is a calculation of the production costs of the goods that were completed during an accounting period.
The cost of goods manufactured (COGM), also called the cost of goods completed, calculates the total value of inventory that was produced during a period and is ready for sale.
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This glossary post was last updated: 9th August 2019.