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Year end inventory at cost $55,902, at retail 84,700.

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A year-end physical inventory at retail prices yields a total inventory of $78,550. Prepare a calculation showing the company's loss from shrinkage at cost and at retail.

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    When the retail price is 84,700, the cost would 55,902, therefore how much of loss of inventory at cost when retail price is 78,500 = 51,843

    Now the journal entry for shrinkage
    would be

    Losss of inventory (Shrinkage)4,059 -Debit

    Inventory account _credit 4,059

    Calculation of inventoryloss at cost= 55,902-51,843=4,059

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