It's good you're using QuickBooks as your go-to-program for your time tracking and payroll. I'd be happy to share more information below.
I'd like to learn more about the issues you're having. Feel free to elaborate in the comment below or contact a payroll specialist using this link here. In the meantime, here's how to turn on and set up time tracking:
Turn on time tracking
Here's how to turn on time tracking:
Add a Time Tracking user
Here's how to add a time tracking user:
Once added, the user can now enter hours in a timesheet:
Note: You can't change the user type of a Time Tracking Only user. If a Time tracker needs a different company access, delete the user and add them back again with the new user type.
Make time billable
Once time tracking is set up, you can start marking timesheets as billable.
Make time always billable
Access Time Tracking reports
Check out this article for more info: How to turn on and set up time tracking. Feel free to leave a comment below.
Thanks for reply, the issue is still there as the "cost of labour" does not get calculated as part of the project cost.
The project shows wrong amount of profit as it only takes into account the cost of "materials" as "expense."
Do you have an example of a project setup properly or a tutorial online to review?