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QuickBooks and T-Sheets – Taking the Time out of Time Tracking



As a small businesses owner with employees, chances are you spend a lot of time keeping track of timesheets. QuickBooks partnered with T-Sheets to take all the effort out of time tracking while giving you better insights into vital stats like total hours worked and employee productivity.




Setting up T-Sheets is easy. Your employees log their time in T-Sheets and it's imported for you in a flash. That import is foolproof too, preventing costly payroll errors. Your accountant can even log in and create invoices and payroll for you. Now that’s doing business at the speed of light!


Tell us about your timesheet challenges. Have you tried T-Sheets? Let us know if the integration with QuickBooks has saved you time.

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Level 9

QuickBooks and T-Sheets – Taking the Time out of Time Tracking

QuickBooks and T-Sheets - I am interested to hear from any Govt contractors who have been able to get the two of these to work to pass the DCAA accounting system audit and be awarded a CPFF contract.  I know T-Sheets says they can be DCAA-compliant but just spoke to 4th contractor who tried this but failed.


I have not been involved in any of the attempted implementations, but they have been costly to clients who had to start over on new system and in some cases, were not awarded the contracts they proposed on Same as the first three I know they have moved onto a new system, so I'm not looking to go backwards.


I do not normally recommend QB to my clients since all are Govt contractors and QB is not designed well to handle, where one of the first hurdles is timekeeping, so I am curious to know the viable options and if you are a consultan who does this, I may be able to pass some clients to you if you are interested in them.



Level 9

QuickBooks and T-Sheets – Taking the Time out of Time Tracking

Thanks for the reply.  I am looking for QB Govt contractors who have already passed DCAA audit vs. the sales pitch from TSheets as I have seen that, but so far have had three clients tell me it does not work as needed for their requirements and they have already moved to new systems that do and passed audits.

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