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    Could anyone help me on this question - why may a computer stock take be lower than a physical stock take?
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    (Original post by Summerlight)
    Could anyone help me on this question - why may a computer stock take be lower than a physical stock take?
    Thank you.
    Hi, this question would be for unit 2 of ACCN, not unit 1. But anyways, the answer i would say is:
    - Goods may have not been returned from the customer and accounted for in the system. (error of omission)
    -Goods may have been damaged and accounted for during the physical stocktake.
    -They may have been a wrong input by the operator of the computer. (error of original entry)
    -Newly purchased goods may have arrived but are yet to be inputed into the computer.

    Hope this helped!
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    (Original post by matt-mag)
    Hi, this question would be for unit 2 of ACCN, not unit 1. But anyways, the answer i would say is:
    - Goods may have not been returned from the customer and accounted for in the system. (error of omission)
    -Goods may have been damaged and accounted for during the physical stocktake.
    -They may have been a wrong input by the operator of the computer. (error of original entry)
    -Newly purchased goods may have arrived but are yet to be inputed into the computer.

    Hope this helped!
    oops yes unit 2! Thank you so much exactly what I wanted !!
 
 
 
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