InventoryLab automatically captures the fees that Amazon charges to dispose of items for you or to send them back to you.
InventoryLab does not capture the loss of the buy cost for these items. If you have something disposed of or sent back to you, a best practice is to create a category in Other Expenses where you capture any loss you took on these items.
Usually, your loss is the buy cost amount unless you were able to sell the item on another platform (Facebook group, eBay, Craigslist).
If the removal is due to a Customer Return, then you'll be able to set the return as Defective or Sellable to account for buy cost.
You'll also need to manually adjust any Sub MSKUs that include the quantity of the removed items by the quantity removed, if the removal is not due to a customer return. To do this:
1. Navigate to Inventory > FBA. Click on the MSKU of the item.
2. Click on the quantity in a sort sequence and subtract the quantity removed from the current total.
3. Click Save.
If you plan to send the item back into the fulfillment center, all you'll need to do is remove the sort sequence quantity. When the item is sent back in to the fulfillment center, the buy cost will be account for when it sells.