LIFO LIQUIDATION Definition

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LIFO LIQUIDATION is a reduction in the reported value of inventory below levels established in prior years under the LIFO method; arises when purchases for the period are not sufficient to offset the sale of inventory in the period.

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BANK is a financial entity that is licensed by a government to receive monetary deposits: commercial/retail banks and investment banks. In most countries, banks are regulated by a national government or central bank. 

SUBSCRIBER, in securities, is an entity that contributes (or promises to contribute) a sum of money to purchase securities. The term Subscriber encompasses all Non-Professional and Professional Subscribers. See NON-PROFESSIONAL SUBSCRIBER and PROFESSIONAL SUBSCRIBER.

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