## Inventory Value Calculator

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## Quick Guide to Use This Calculator

- Select the inventory costing method
**(FIFO or LIFO)**and currency. - Enter the unit price and quantity for each purchase made.
- Click
**“Add Fields”**if you have more purchases to include. - Enter the total units sold and the selling price.
- Click
**“Calculate”**to see the results including Total Revenue, COGS, and Remaining Inventory Value. - Use
**“Reset”**to clear all fields and start over.

## Formula

**FIFO model**

Total revenue = Total units sold x selling price

COGS = *qi*pi *+ *qi*−1**pi*−1 + *qi*−2**p**i*−2…… + *qi*−n**pi*−n

Remaining Inventory value=p1×q1+p2×q2+…+pi×qi

**LIFO model**

Total revenue = Total units sold x selling price

COGS = *qi*pi *+ *qi*−1**pi*−1 + *qi*−2**p**i*−2…… + *qi*−n**pi*−n

Remaining inventory value = *q*1*p*1+*q*2*p*2…+*qi*−3*pi*−3

**FIFO Model:**

Calculating COGS (Cost of Goods Sold):

Start with the earliest purchases (first-in).

Iterate over each purchase, considering the unit price and quantity purchased.

Multiply the units sold by the unit price of the corresponding purchase.

Continue this process until the total units sold are accounted for or until there are no more purchases left.

Sum up the total cost of goods sold from these purchases.

Calculating Remaining Inventory Value:

After calculating COGS, the remaining inventory value is the total value of the inventory that hasn’t been sold yet.

This can be calculated by summing the total value (unit price * quantity) of all remaining inventory items.

**LIFO Model:**

Calculating COGS (Cost of Goods Sold):

Start with the latest purchases (last-in).

Iterate over each purchase, considering the unit price and quantity purchased.

Multiply the units sold by the unit price of the corresponding purchase.

Continue this process until the total units sold are accounted for or until there are no more purchases left.

Sum up the total cost of goods sold from these purchases.

Calculating Remaining Inventory Value:

After calculating COGS, the remaining inventory value is the total value of the inventory that hasn’t been sold yet.

This can be calculated by summing the total value (unit price * quantity) of all remaining inventory items.

## What is an inventory value Calculator?

Inventory Value Calculator helps businesses determine their Cost of Goods Sold (COGS) and remaining inventory value based on different costing methods (FIFO or LIFO).

## Who Can Use This Calculator?

Business owners, inventory managers, accountants, or anyone involved in managing inventory and calculating COGS can use this calculator to streamline their inventory valuation process.

## Which Industries Can Use This Calculator?

Industries with inventory management needs such as retail, manufacturing, wholesale, and distribution can benefit from using this calculator.

## Benefits of Using This Calculator

- Streamlines inventory valuation process.
- Provides accurate COGS calculation based on selected costing methods.
- Helps in making informed decisions about inventory management and pricing strategies.
- Offers flexibility with multi-currency support.

## FAQs

### Can I use this calculator for any currency?

Yes, you can select from a range of currencies available in the dropdown menu.

### How do I add more purchase fields?

Click the “Add Fields” button to dynamically add more input fields for additional purchases.

## Conclusion

This **Inventory Value Calculator **offers a user-friendly interface for businesses to efficiently manage their inventory valuation process.

By providing accurate calculations based on selected costing methods, it empowers users to make informed decisions regarding inventory management and pricing strategies.

Whether in retail, manufacturing, or distribution, this tool can be valuable for optimizing inventory-related processes and financial decision-making.