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Is it possible to jobcost per diem when reimbursed on a payroll check?

 
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Re: Is it possible to jobcost per diem when reimbursed on a payroll check?

Thanks for getting back and for the clarification, orion678,

 

Let me provide information about Payroll Job tracking in QuickBooks Desktop.

 

To start, you'll need to create a job for that item. Here's how:

  1. Go to Customers menu at the top, then click Customer Center.
  2. Click the Name of the Customer, then click the New Customer & Job drop-down menu at the top.
  3. Click Add Job.
  4. In the New Job window, enter Job Name and other necessary information.
  5. Click OK.

Once done, upon running payroll, if you are using Timesheet, then you can enter hours and assign rate in the Preview Paychek window. If not, then you can choose Hourly as an Item name then enter rate, hours and assign Customer:Job.

 

That's it! I'd appreciate if you can update me on how it goes. I'm always here to help.

 

For more information, I'm including a great resource that you can check: Tracking job costs in QuickBooks Desktop.

 

If you have further questions, please let don't hesitate to reach back out. I'm always here to answer it for you.

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Re: Is it possible to jobcost per diem when reimbursed on a payroll check?

Hi Orion678

 

Welcome back to the UK community for QuickBooks.

 

Are you looking to see this information from a point of view of a report, for you to view over a period of time, or to show on the payslips; in a specific way for your employees?

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Re: Is it possible to jobcost per diem when reimbursed on a payroll check?

Thanks for replying to my question.  I don't need to show the job name on the paycheck, just need the cost to be coded to the proper job.

 

Stan

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Re: Is it possible to jobcost per diem when reimbursed on a payroll check?

Thanks for getting back and for the clarification, orion678,

 

Let me provide information about Payroll Job tracking in QuickBooks Desktop.

 

To start, you'll need to create a job for that item. Here's how:

  1. Go to Customers menu at the top, then click Customer Center.
  2. Click the Name of the Customer, then click the New Customer & Job drop-down menu at the top.
  3. Click Add Job.
  4. In the New Job window, enter Job Name and other necessary information.
  5. Click OK.

Once done, upon running payroll, if you are using Timesheet, then you can enter hours and assign rate in the Preview Paychek window. If not, then you can choose Hourly as an Item name then enter rate, hours and assign Customer:Job.

 

That's it! I'd appreciate if you can update me on how it goes. I'm always here to help.

 

For more information, I'm including a great resource that you can check: Tracking job costs in QuickBooks Desktop.

 

If you have further questions, please let don't hesitate to reach back out. I'm always here to answer it for you.