gross method (gross price method)

gross method (gross price method)
 метод-бругго, метод валовой цены; один из методов учета закупок, при котором закупки регистрируются по полной (валовой) цене, т.е. цене, указанной в счете-фактуре; недостаток этого метода
 отсутствие информации об упущенных скидках за досрочную оплату; поэтому руководство компаний часто выбирает второй метод - метод-нетто или метод чистой цены ([lang name="English"]net method/net price method).

Англо-русский толковый словарь бухгалтерских и финансовых терминов. - Издательство "Академия Естествознания". . 2012.

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