Accounting Dictionary - Letter I

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Inventory flow period
(also called days to sell inventory) measures the number of days the inventory is on hand. To calculate this ratio, the number of days in the period (e.g., 365) is divided by the inventory turnover. Inventory flow period is expressed in days, for example, 42 days.
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