RETAIL INVENTORY METHOD
A procedure used in estimating the value of a store’s merchandise. It calculates the total inventory of a store by taking the total retail value of the items that were originally in inventory, subtracting the total sales, then multiplying that dollar amount by the cost-to-retail ratio (the percentage by which goods are marked up from their wholesale purchase price to their retail sales price).
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