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I want to create an invoice that has the parts and labor listed separately.

I have a lawn mower, small engine repair service. I want to create a invoice that has the parts and labor listed separately
Would like each parts listed separately if possible.
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I want to create an invoice that has the parts and labor listed separately.

@Walt296

 

You control what is on the invocie or sales receipt by selecting the items you charge the customer for.
Create the service items for labor and what ever services you perform that you charge for

If you stock parts that is inventory type items
if you buy what you need for the repair use a non inventory type item, on the item screen check mark that it is used in an assembly or for resale, and fill in the purchase and sales side.  Use that item on both the purchase and the sale

You can "sell" inventory items for a zero sales price if they are included in the service, like oil for an oil change service.  Listing the item at a zero sales price will cause the cost of the item to post to expense (COGS or another expense account depending on your item set up) and if it is an inventory item, qty on hand will go down.

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I want to create an invoice that has the parts and labor listed separately.

Hi,

Welcome to the community. 

I gather that you want the invoice that you send to your customer to have a breakup of Labor and Items? 

Could you let me know what is the version and edition of QuickBooks you are using?

 

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I want to create an invoice that has the parts and labor listed separately.

QuickBooks Pro 2016
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Level 15

I want to create an invoice that has the parts and labor listed separately.

@Walt296

 

You control what is on the invocie or sales receipt by selecting the items you charge the customer for.
Create the service items for labor and what ever services you perform that you charge for

If you stock parts that is inventory type items
if you buy what you need for the repair use a non inventory type item, on the item screen check mark that it is used in an assembly or for resale, and fill in the purchase and sales side.  Use that item on both the purchase and the sale

You can "sell" inventory items for a zero sales price if they are included in the service, like oil for an oil change service.  Listing the item at a zero sales price will cause the cost of the item to post to expense (COGS or another expense account depending on your item set up) and if it is an inventory item, qty on hand will go down.

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I want to create an invoice that has the parts and labor listed separately.

Dude I dont understand what you are saying. How do you have the two completely separate? 

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