Is there a way to run a report for job cost by job showing both paid and unpaid invoices without having to drill into each individual invoice?
Hello there, @amd4780.
It's nice to have you in the Community. I'm here to share information about Job cost reports in QuickBooks Desktop (QBDT).
At this time, a Job cost report that'll show both paid and unpaid invoices is unavailable in QBDT. However, you can pull up a Custom Transaction List by Customer report instead. Here's how:
1. Go to Reports menu at the top, then pick Customers & Receivables and Transaction List by Customer on the drop-down.
2. Once pulled up, click Customize Report on the upper left.
3. On the Display tab, type Paid on the Search Columns field under Columns section, then put a checkmark beside it.
4. Now, go to the Filters tab, then enter Transaction Type on the Search Filter field and choose Invoice on the drop-down.
5. Go back to Search Filter field and type Paid Status, then select Either.
6. Click OK.
I also added some sample screenshots below for your visual guide.
Just in case, you can also check out this article for further guidance: Customize customer, job, and sales reports.
That should give you the report that you need! Please let me know it goes or if I can be of additional assistance in the comment section below. I'm always here if you have any follow up questions. Have a wonderful rest of the day!
Thanks for getting back. Allow me to chime in and help share additional information about Transaction List by Customer report in QuickBooks.
At this time, we don't have the option to filter the report that'll show the vendors name. Having the option to do so would be a great add on to our features. I'd suggest sending feedback about this to our Product Developers Team.
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