On 2020-07-01 02:07, Bernat Brunet wrote: > But if you don't have stock, the cost of this product in this moment it's 0€, it's not the last cost. > If you need to know your warehouse stock in money, is strange that you put a cost a product that you don't have. I know that will multiply by 0 units, but is strange. > > No stock, no cost. :-) Do not confuse the stock cost and the product cost price. A product can have a cost price even if there is no quantity in stock. For me, keeping the last cost price is the best approximation for the future cost price. And it is especially good if a product is returned or if you find product thanks to inventory.
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