base stock method

noun

Definition of base stock method

  1. :  an accounting method of valuing inventories by carrying on the books a minimum quantity of a commodity at the same low fixed price from year to year and valuing the quantity in excess of the minimum at a separate price which is usually the lower of cost or market value — compare last in, first out

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