Accounting / July 9, 2018 / Justice Buckley
This means that you divide net sales, from the income statement, from the inventory figure on the balance sheet and you get a number that is a number of times. That number signifies the number of times inventory is sold and restocked each year. If the number is high, you may be in danger of stockouts. If it is low, watch out for obsolete inventory.
Probability distribution. When calculating the expected present value of an ARO, and there are only two possible outcomes, assign a 50 percent probability to each one until you have additional information that alters the initial probability distribution. Otherwise, spread the probability across the full set of possible scenarios.
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