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What Kind of Inventory Should You Complete
As January approaches, many retail businesses start thinking about completing their physical inventory. The benefits of completing such a process are well documented and include everything from documenting your shortage to resetting your on-hand counts. With the benefits known, the question is not whether you should complete an inventory. Instead, it is the best way to complete it
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One important thing to think about next time you're evaluating your store is your shrink reduction plan. Many retail businesses complete a full inventory in January, so they know exactly how the year went and what was missing. Using that information to adjust your shrink plan is a great strategy.
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