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Cost of goods sold, also known as COGS, means one of two things depending on your business. For retail/wholesale businesses, it’s the price that your business paid to get the products that you’ll sell to your customers. For manufacturing businesses, it’s the cost of the raw materials, labour and supplies. Understanding your business’ cost of goods sold will help you better understand your profits, and…
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