Definicja elimination of IU profit and loss in transferred inventory
The elimination of interunit profit or loss incurred from the transfer of inventory assets between two consolidation units within a consolidation group.
The IU profit or loss is the difference between the book value on the individual financial statement and the production cost.
A positive difference represents IU profit, which is eliminated by making an adjustment with the lower value as viewed by the group. A negative difference represents an IU loss, which is eliminated by making an adjustment using the (higher) production cost.
The elimination of IU profit/loss in transferred inventory requires that the inventory-managing consolidation unit reports which internal trading partner supplied which inventory items.
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