Accounting Dictionary - Letter I

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Indirect materials
are materials that are not an integral (physical) part of the finished good, or represent a minor part of the finished good to be economically traced to the finished good or have a very small physical association with the finished product. Examples of indirect materials are glue, screws, and other small items. Indirect materials are a part of factory overhead.
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