The developer my company does work for requires AIA formatting for both our invoices to them, as well as the invoices from our subs; we had this all set up in Excel before we started using Quickbooks and everything ran smooth. Now that we use QB and its 5 decimal place limit in progress percentage inputs, we are constantly dealing with rounding errors that amount to pennies on the dollar, and no good way to fix this manually without sending all of our POs/bills/payments into chaos.
What is the best way to deal with rounding error in QB? and is there any way to fix/eliminate it?
QuickBooks will automatically round up your payment figures in your progress percentage inputs. This time, there isn't an option to eliminate it.
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