Tag Archives: Cost of Goods Sold

Manual Inventory Tracking

If you have a small-time inventory business and are literally storing your inventory in your garage and are not utilizing a complex inventory software to track your stock status and calculate the Cost of Goods Sold, then here are some tips to post manual entries into your bookkeeping records to help assist in your inventory

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Chart of Accounts Setup – Part 3

In part 3 of these series regarding the Chart of Accounts setup, I will delve into thinking about the various ways you can recognize Direct Costs in your Chart of Accounts. Direct Costs (also can be known as Cost of Goods Sold or Cost of Services) can be recognized based strictly on what you are

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Overhead vs. Cost of Goods Sold

When constructing your chart of accounts, it is usually a good idea to, at least, create two major categories of expenses: Overhead (Indirect Costs) Cost of Goods Sold (Direct Costs) Direct costs and indirect costs are differentiated in the following ways: Direct costs are spent because they are used to create revenues for your business:

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