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Estimating in QuickBooks

Are your estimates in QuickBooks?  If you do job or project costing, then I believe some form of your estimate belongs in QuickBooks. Even if you just give your customer a fixed price.  All your other numbers are there – … Continue reading

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Estimating in Quickbooks

If you do job or project costing, some form of your estimate belongs in QuickBooks – whether complex or if you just give your customer a fixed price. All your other numbers are there – invoicing, job costs, payroll….
The estimate is your budget for the job. Once entered in QuickBooks, you can easily run estimated vs actual and other job cost reports.
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Estimating in QuickBooks

Are your estimates in QuickBooks? If you do job or project costing, then I believe some form of your estimate belongs in QuickBooks. Even if you just give your customer a fixed price. All your other numbers are there – … Continue reading

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Understanding Items Pt. 2 – Item Setup

Last time I wrote about Items, saying they were probably one of the most misunderstood features in QuickBooks and discussed what an Item was.   I then mentioned that a common mistake was to use the wrong Type of Item.  Today … Continue reading

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Using Purchase Orders for Job Costing

Many businesses don’t use Purchase Orders unless they order products to resell. But Purchase Orders can be a big help in many ways. Continue reading

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