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Re: I don't want to bill the customer - I'm doing job costing. Maybe I should have asked if there...

Thanks for your reply, @brinsters.

Yes, there’s a way to see the cost for the work assigned to the job. You’ll have to add the project’s name when creating an expense or a bill.

Let me walk you through the steps:


  1. In your company, click on the Plus icon and pick Expenses.
  2. Select the payee by clicking the drop-down.
  3. Type in the date, then choose the Payment Method from the drop-down.
  4. In the Item details section, enter the Product/Service and fill in the remaining fields.
  5. Make sure to enter the customer by clicking on the Customer/Project drop-down.
  6. Click Save or Save and new.
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These steps can help track the amount to the customer job.

For additional information about recording income, cost, and project expenses see the following articles:


Please let me know if you have any other concerns or questions about QuickBooks topic. I’ll jump right back in to help. Have a good one.

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