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Other Accounts

Encumbrance: An expense account used to recognize the reservation of funds when a purchase order is approved.

Inventory A/P Accrual :
The liability account that represents all inventory purchase order receipts not matched in Accounts Payable, such as the uninvoiced receipts account.
Purchase Price Variance : The variance account used to record differences between purchase order price and standard cost. This account is not used with the average cost method.
Invoice Price Variance : The variance account used to record differences between purchase order price and invoice price. This account is used by Accounts Payable to record invoice price variance.
Cost of Goods Sold: The profit and loss (income statement) account that tracks the default cost of goods sold account.
Sales: The profit and loss (income statement) account that tracks the default revenue account.
Project Clearance Account: When performing miscellaneous issues to capital projects, the project clearance account is used to post the distributions.
Average Cost Variance:  Under average costing with negative quantity balances, this account represents the inventory valuation error caused by issuing your inventory before your receipts.
Note: For standard costing, only the Purchase Price Variance, Inventory A/P Accrual, Invoice Price Variance, Expense, Sales and Cost of Goods Sold accounts are required. The other accounts are used as defaults to speed your set up.
Note: For average costing, only the Material, Average Cost Variance, Inventory A/P Accrual, Invoice Price Variance, Expense, Sales and Cost of Goods Sold accounts are required. The other accounts are used as defaults or are not required.

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