The development of a model to quantify the cash flow benefits due to tax savings by using the LIFO rand value or the LIFO specific goods method of inventory accounting, as opposed to using the traditional FIFO method of inventory accounting, taking into account the corporations general business policy and general business conditions

Cochlovius, Manfred Arthur (1979-03)

Thesis (MBA)--Stellenbosch University, 1979.


INTRODUCTION: Inflation gives rise to higher monetary values for a constant quantity of inventory, thereby inflating corporate profits and the taxes on these reported profits.

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