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In my company, we have monthly closures from accounting point of view (I work in France).
Our inventory valuation is based on standard costing and set up of posting had been done related to standard costing system.
We post the inventory to GL (after adjust costs item batch) on a monthly basis.
We have lines of goods purchase that have been received in quantities during the course of the month in Nav but not invoiced yet (at end of closure month).
Today, we are not putting into monthly provision those RNI (receipt non invoiced) in our books.
I consider that this is the vendor invoice that creates the inventory value in our GL (as we work on standard cost system).
Is that the proper way to do things or not?
Thanks a lot for your feedbacks.
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