A reader asks - I'm looking for a report so I can compare hours reported via the timesheet or really hours that have been paid out Vs. the hours that have been paid for or Invoiced.
See what reports we've suggested. Continue reading
Billing employee time on customer invoices is something that many business need to do - not just contractors who perform Time & Materials Billing. Making sure that you bill all of the time your employee(s) have spent working on specific jobs or tasks for customers is crucial and depends data that you've entered in QuickBooks. Here's a question from a reader. Continue reading
We would like to "connect" that change to the invoicing/progress billing cycle on the job but since the job is all billed out, the only "invoice" that could be issued and associated with the estimate is a negative invoice which QB won't do. Continue reading
A Guest blog post by Lorien Prince, CPA for a QuickBooks tip for entering Job-to-data costs and billing data at the item level when converting or archiving Continue reading
Contractors switching to QuickBooks from another accounting program are often concerned about how to enter Job to Date Costs and Billing Data when converting, so they don't loose this vital information. Continue reading
This week's Freebie is an AIA (G-702/G-703) Billing Training exercise. Continue reading
If you are a subcontractor, sometimes the General Contractor will have a form that they insist you use (instead of your own invoice form), other times they may insist that you submit your progress billing on an industry standard billing form – such as the AIA G-702 & G-703 forms developed by the American Institute of Architects – or similar plain paper forms containing the same information. Continue reading