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Days Of Inventory Sales Calculator

This calculator requires the use of Javascript enabled and capable browsers. This script is one of several termed as operational ratios. This measures the average number of days that inventory is on hand and the number of times it rolls over in the measurement period. It indicates the effectiveness of the inventory investment. The number of days in the measurement period is usually a year unless you are working with a fewer number of months. Our default is 365. The opening and closing balances for inventory are the averages for the measurement period; again, that is usually 12 months. To find those figures, accumulate the opening values for ionventory for each of the months in the measurement period and divide them by that number of months. The same is true for closing balances. The closing balance for one month should be the opening balance for the next. Enter the annual total cost of inventory items. Finally click on Calculate to see the results. For most businesses, inventory should roll a minimum of every 90 days or 4 times per year; that is the inventory rollover ratio. Some businesses are more or less frequent.

Required Data Entry
Inventory Opening Balance (average of 12 months) Dollars
Inventory Closing Balance (average of 12 months) Dollars
Days In Measurement Period (annual) Days
Cost OF Inventory Goods Sold (Annual) Dollars

Calculated Results
Average Days In Inventory Days
Annual Inventory Rollover Ratio
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