Inventory. Part 2

United States, 1985

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Episode number 16 of Series “Principles of accounting”.
Part two of inventory accounting, deals with the difference between the cost of inventory and the value of inventory. Cost is a fixed amount but value can change according to physical condition, market changes in demand and obsolescence. This program details ways of estimating this value for accounting purposes and how inventory records can be adjusted to accommodate fluctuations in value.

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director

Timothy Swartz

producer

Frank Wilson

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Instructional Media

Penn State

WPSX-TV

Duration

00:30:00:00

Production places
United States
Production dates
1985

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Principles of accounting

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Principles of accounting

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