Job Costing Tips
Money doesn’t grow on trees and neither does your profit on a construction project!
QuickBooks® can provide you with some good job costing reports, the Estimate vs. Actual is one of my personal favorites, BUT QuickBooks needs to be setup correctly and job costing information needs to be entered consistently.
Remember … Garbage in (to QuickBooks®) — equals garbage out (of QuickBooks® reports).
This section provides you with helpful tips to make the job costing capabilities in QuickBooks® work for you.
QuickBooks provides you with a powerful, and time saving tool within your items list, which is often under utilized and often misunderstood — the QuickBooks Group Item.
5 Reasons To Use QuickBooks Group Items:
- Creating and using Group Items is… Continue reading
It’s the start of construction season, is your job costing system in place?
While the start of a busy construction season may not be the time to do a full-scale revamp of your current job costing system, it is certainly… Continue reading
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