Gato Inc. had the following inventory situations to consider at January 31, its year-end.(a1)Identify which of the following items should be included in inventory.(a) Goods held on consignment for Steele Corp. since December 12. select including or not                                                           Do not Include in InventoryInclude in Inventory     (b) Goods shipped on consignment to Logan Holdings Inc. on January 5. select including or not                                                           Do not Include in InventoryInclude in Inventory     (c) Goods shipped to a customer, FOB destination, on January 29 that are still in transit. select including or not                                                           Do not Include in InventoryInclude in Inventory     (d) Goods shipped to a customer, FOB shipping point, on January 29 that are still in transit. select including or not                                                           Do not Include in InventoryInclude in Inventory     (e) Goods purchased FOB destination from a supplier on January 25 that are still in transit. select including or not                                                           Do not Include in InventoryInclude in Inventory     (f) Goods purchased FOB shipping point from a supplier on January 25 that are still in transit. select including or not                                                           Do not Include in InventoryInclude in Inventory     (g) Office supplies on hand at January 31.

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Asked Nov 8, 2019

Gato Inc. had the following inventory situations to consider at January 31, its year-end.

(a1)

Identify which of the following items should be included in inventory.

(a)  
Goods held on consignment for Steele Corp. since December 12.
  select including or not                                                           Do not Include in InventoryInclude in Inventory
         
(b)  
Goods shipped on consignment to Logan Holdings Inc. on January 5.
  select including or not                                                           Do not Include in InventoryInclude in Inventory
         
(c)  
Goods shipped to a customer, FOB destination, on January 29 that are still in transit.
  select including or not                                                           Do not Include in InventoryInclude in Inventory
         
(d)  
Goods shipped to a customer, FOB shipping point, on January 29 that are still in transit.
  select including or not                                                           Do not Include in InventoryInclude in Inventory
         
(e)  
Goods purchased FOB destination from a supplier on January 25 that are still in transit.
  select including or not                                                           Do not Include in InventoryInclude in Inventory
         
(f)  
Goods purchased FOB shipping point from a supplier on January 25 that are still in transit.
  select including or not                                                           Do not Include in InventoryInclude in Inventory
         
(g)  
Office supplies on hand at January 31.
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FOB destination: When the seller bears the freight charges for the delivery of merchandise from the point of origin, it is referred to as FOB (freight-on-board) destination. So, the title of ownership would be held with the buyer only at the destination point.         

FOB shipping p...

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