QB uses average costs for inventory, so when you add the acquired items with cost, the new cost per item will be the average

old item total value + new item total value = new total value

Old item qty + new item qty = new qty

current average cost = new total […]

Resolution for 'average costs issue: 'I have acquisition inventory to enter that has a cost of “X” with counts that needs be relieved first and I need to enter the same part numbers with new costs. How?' available: Yes.

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