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How do I get the project profitability report to include my Employer Paid Benefits expense? It currently only includes Wage Expense and Employer Paid Taxes.

 
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Re: How do I get the project profitability report to include my Employer Paid Benefits expense? I...

Hi there, @candace4.

 

Let me be the first to welcome you to the Community. I’d like to share some insight regarding the Project Profitability Report in QuickBooks Online.

 

At this time, you can only include Wage Expense and Employer Paid Taxes on the report. Additions and deductions on the paychecks won’t show up on the Project Profitability.

 

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Re: How do I get the project profitability report to include my Employer Paid Benefits expense? I...


@KhimG wrote:

 

 

At this time, you can only include Wage Expense and Employer Paid Taxes on the report. .

 

 


Do all users now have this new feature to include Payroll  Expense on project profitability reports, or just a few?  

QuickBooks Team

Re: How do I get the project profitability report to include my Employer Paid Benefits expense? I...

Hello, Malcolm Ziman.

 

Allow me to step in this conversation and provide some clarifications about including the Wage Expense and Employer Paid Taxes on a project profitability report.

 

Currently, only the users that are manually entering their payroll will have the option to include the employee payroll expense transactions on the on project profitability report. Payroll expense, in this situation, refers to an expense transaction type.

 

For more insights about project profitability report in QuickBooks Online, you may check out this article: Projects: Set up and Use.

 

Please don't hesitate to reach out to me here should you have any further questions, I want to make sure you're taken care of. Wishing you and your business continued success!

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Re: How do I get the project profitability report to include my Employer Paid Benefits expense? I...


@BettyJaneB wrote:

 

Yes, all users have the option to include the employee payroll expense transactions on the on project profitability report. Payroll expense, in this situation, refers to an expense transaction type.


Does that mean that Paycheck and Tax Payment type transactions generated by QBO Payroll (if the user has subscribed), will NOT be included in the project profitability report.?

 

They announced in last month's new feature webinar that this would be implemented soon - that payroll expenses generated by QBO Payroll, WILL be included in the project profitability report

QuickBooks Team

Re: How do I get the project profitability report to include my Employer Paid Benefits expense? I...

I appreciate your prompt response, @Malcolm Ziman.

 

Allow me to provide additional clarification with regards to this project profitability report concern. 

 

Yes, you are correct. Paycheck and Tax Payment type transactions generated by QBO Payroll will not be included in the project profitability report. This is only applicable to those users who are entering their payroll manually (without the use of payroll subscription). I've also updated the answer above to avoid confusions to our customers.

 

With regards to the feature that was announced last month, we haven't received any updates as of the moment. However, once we have news about its implementation you can check it on our QuickBooks Online Blog.

 

Please don't hesitate to post any questions that you may have. Cheers to a productive and prosperous day!