The Company I work for is now using QB online for invoicing. They do mobile work in 4 states and I am trying to find a report for total revenue by state for tax purposes. Each customer is associated with a state so the sales tax goes on the invoice correctly.
With my own business, I use the desktop version and I can find out this information by “Class”. I just have to pick from the drop down list when filling in my invoice.
How do I get this same information from QB online?
Hello there, @Ladyaruba.
Thank you for joining the Community. I'd be happy to help share some insights about creating a report that shows the total Invoice Sales by state.
You can also use class tracking in QuickBooks Online to enter the state on the invoice. I recommend checking the article for the detailed steps to set this up, as well as how to create them: How to set up and use class and location tracking.
After that, you can assign the class to the invoice. I've included a screenshot on how an invoice will appear:
Finally, you can customize the Transaction Detail by Account report to generate the information you need.
For additional help, you can also check the articles below:
For additional help, feel free to reach out to our Customer Care support. They have the tools that can help you get this resolved quickly.
That should take care of it.
As always, I'm just a few clicks away if you have any other questions about generating a report for total invoice sales by state. I'll be happy to help you further.
So, you need to assign Class to each line item, not the entire invoice at once like in the desktop version?
Each line item has to Be marked “class” not the whole invoice like in the desktop version?
Hello there, Ladyaruba.
You can also assign a class for the entire invoice, you'll just have to change the settings.
Let me know if you need more help. I'm just a comment away.