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Inventory is a term that's used to describe the way the company spends its money and time on maintaining its stock of goods, services and software.Inventory is a very complex system that requires a lot of maintenance. Inventory can be used for many different purposes, but most commonly it's used to keep track of the items that you have at your company or any other company. When we think of inventory we usually think about how much we have and what we buy, however this is not always the case. It could also be like our time, money or energy.

There are two types of inventory. Raw materials and finished goods. 1. Raw materials : The raw materials are materials that can be used or sold to make something else. 2. finished goods : The finished goods are physical products that can be used (and sometimes sold) to make money (for example, clothing, electronics). Inventory is a resource that can be used to make something else. It is often used to describe the resources available to make supply chains, consumer goods, products for sale.

Set up GST rates for your company at the company level, stock group level, stock item level, account ledger group level, and ledger level. It will also give details about the GST rates at the various levels. You can also set GST rates for specific price regions or specific items. GST rates are among the most important documents for any company. GST files are extremely crucial because it affects the whole company's tax base. All companies should be well prepared before filing GST returns, otherwise they may end up paying heavy tax bills.

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