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Goods Received Note?

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Goods Received Note or also known as (GRN) is a document showing description of goods and the quantity received. Usually checked against a Purchase Order (PO) before payment.
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Goods received note is a document showing description of goods and the quantity received and is usually checked against a Purchase Order (PO) before payment. It can also be defined as is a document used to record the inward entry of the any goods received at the premises of the organization.
A goods received note is a trade document that contains a record of goods issued at the point of receipt. It is considered a good business practice to maintain a goods received note as it shows the receivables. Receivables are money owed by customers for goods or services that have been delivered but not yet paid for.
A goods received note is a record of goods issued at the point of receipt. Its purpose is to record the goods that have been delivered. It is filled by the buyer and is used to spot delivery errors that may have been missed.
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