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How Should the Interim COGS Account be Set Up in Microsoft Dynamics NAV?

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We frequently get questions about how the Dynamics NAV Account should be set up.

If we look at the General Posting Setup in Dynamics NAV, we see that there are two setup columns:

  • COGS
  • COGS Interim

The COGS Interim Account is for items that have been shipped, but not invoiced to the customer.

General Posting Setup in Dynamics NAV

Figure 1 – General Posting Setup in Dynamics NAV

This account should be set up as a Balance Sheet Account as there has been no Revenue recognized, but the items are no longer in the Inventory Account.

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