QuickBooks for Contractors Newsletter – June 2010 Edition
The June 2010 edition of the QuickBooks for Contractors Newsletter, published on a quarterly basis by Sunburst Software Solutions, Inc. is now available.
- Determining Equipment Costs per Hour – explains how equipment costs-per-hour is determined by adding together three (3) distinct pieces of information.
- Equipment Cost Calculator – an Excel spreadsheet designed to calculate the ACTUAL hour rate it costs you to have a specific piece of equipment on the jobsite. The spreadsheet has formulas, based on the calculations in the article above.
- QuickBooks Tips & Techniques – Advanced Job Costing – Getting Equipment Costs into Job Costing Reports – a FREE 17-page eBook which guides you step-by-step in getting your equipment costs into your job costing reports.
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