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    #1

    Cool inventory

    Hello!

    Do we say "to do an inventory" or "to make an inventory"?

    Thanks
    W

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    Re: inventory

    Both. It is just a matter of choice that even accountants differ on using.

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    Re: inventory

    Quote Originally Posted by Will17 View Post
    Hello!

    Do we say "to do an inventory" or "to make an inventory"?

    Thanks
    W
    I would prefer "do" but you might also hear/read "take" with or without "an".

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