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If one or more of your products is backlogged you will receive a warning when previewing or printing the Income Tax Report. If you're unable to see the backlogged condition in your Inventory Summary display or report, please check the following settings...
Program accuracy with respect to the inventory count for any product can be verified using the Troubleshoot Inventory function in the program. To access this function, go to the Sales screenclick on the Inventory Summary buttonright click on an item in ...
Inventory reconciliation consists of counting all of your physical inventory, then making adjustments in the software so that the quantities shown there match what you actually have on your shelf. This should generally be done on a monthly basis to acco...
INVENTORY MANAGEMENT IN CONSULTANT FRONT OFFICE In its default configuration, Consultant Front Office allows considerable flexibility in the way that inventory is allocated. Products that are added to your inventory via the following functions: Purchase...
Inventory Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Inventory ProblemsThe Troubleshoot Inventory function can be useful in resolving differences between the inventory quantity reported by the program for a specific item and the quantity you actually have on ...
RECORDKEEPING OPTIONS ------------------------- Retail-Tracking (no-inventory) Method The retail-tracking approach to recordkeeping gives you a record of each product that you sell but does not require you to enter purchase details or to manage and ...
If your company changes product numbers for an existing product or if you accidentally enter the same product twice with different product numbers and end up with inventory assigned to both numbers, you can switch all of the inventory to the proper prod...
Additions add products to your inventory and are to be used for occasional, minor adjustments and for product trades in all versions prior to Version 7. From a financial standpoint, there's no basis (i.e. no purchase paperwork) to substantiate a "v...
Inventory values represent exactly the price that you have paid for the products in your inventory, including tax and freight. The value of a product in your inventory is determined at the time the purchase of that product is recorded, and is based on ...
The impact of various product transactions is summarized in the following table. TRANSACTION TYPEIMPACT ON INVENTORYDETAILSPurchaseAddsThe value of the added items is based on the cost, tax and freight allocated to them when the purchase is recorded.Sa...
To see what your inventory is based on the Current Time Period:1. Make sure you have the latest program update using the Updates option on the Help menu.2. Click on Settings - Preferences - Reports and select the option to "Impose Current Time Peri...
Cost of Goods Sold (COGS) represents the total value of all inventoried products that have been removed from your inventory for a business purpose (Sales, Samples, Trades and Inventory Adjustment Withdrawals, but not Personal Use). Products which have n...
You may need to set your Options in order to see products in your Inventory Summary. Select the Sales screen button, then click Inventory Summary link. Click Options button and select at least the first 4 checkboxes, and any other applicable options. Cl...
When an invoice is edited the program starts by completely deleting the original sale transaction, thereby having to withdraw inventory again when the revised transaction is saved. Therefore, the product inventory hasn't changed from the original to the...


 


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