Merchandise purchases budget
Merchandise purchases budget is the estimated cost of goods to be purchased by a merchandiser to meet expected sales. The formula for determining budgeted merchandise purchases is:
Budgeted cost of Goods Sold + Desired Ending Merchandise Inventory – Beginning Merchandise Inventory = Required Merchandise Purchases
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