Accounts Receivable in QuickBooks 2012

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How to Add an Other Charge Item to the Item List in QuickBooks 2012

You can use QuickBooks 2012 to set up and track other charge items. An other charge item is an item that you use to purchase or bill for things such as miscellaneous labor or services, materials that you [more…]

How to Add a Subtotal Item to the Item List in QuickBooks 2012

If your purchase order, sales receipt, or invoice includes a subtotal line item, you create a subtotal item in your Item list in QuickBooks 2012. To do this, display the New Item window and select Subtotal [more…]

QuickBooks 2012 Change Item Prices Command

QuickBooks 2012 provides a couple of handy commands and tools that you can use to change the prices that you charge customers for your products and services. The Change Item Prices command, which appears [more…]

How to Adjust Price Levels in QuickBooks 2012

Price levels in QuickBooks 2012 are kind of weird; they let you individually adjust the price of an item up or down. For example, if you’ve agreed to discount items by 10 percent for a certain customer [more…]

Track Inventory in Manufacturing Firms with QuickBooks 2012

Tracking inventory in a manufacturing firm, with the help of QuickBooks 2012 or not, is more difficult than in other types of businesses. When you boil down everything to its essence, the problem stems [more…]

Add Inventory Assembly Items in QuickBooks Premier

To account for the manufacture of inventory in QuickBooks Premier, you add inventory assembly items to the Item list for those items that you manufacture. To describe manufactured items, follow these steps [more…]

Record Manufacture or Assembly of Items in QuickBooks Premier

Besides adding inventory assembly items to the Item list in QuickBooks Premier, you also record the manufacture of items as you, well, manufacture them. To build some assembly, choose the Vendors→Inventory [more…]

Classes for Activity-Based Costing in QuickBooks 2012

After you turn on Class Tracking in QuickBooks 2012, using classes is really straightforward. You set up classes for the product lines or service lines for which you want to measure profitability. You [more…]

How to Set Up a QuickBooks 2012 Job

Many businesses work on projects or jobs. Accounting may work a bit differently when a firm organizes its work into projects or jobs. To set up a QuickBooks 2012 job, choose the Customers→Customer Center [more…]

Track Job or Project Costs in QuickBooks 2012

After you set up a job on the Customer:Job List in QuickBooks 2012, you track the income and expenses associated with the job. To do this, you enter the customer and job name [more…]

Job Cost Reporting in QuickBooks 2012

If you choose the Reports→Jobs, Time & Mileage command, QuickBooks 2012 displays a submenu of almost two dozen different reports that supply job costing information. The report titles are pretty self-explanatory [more…]

How to Use Job Estimates in QuickBooks 2012

If you’ve told QuickBooks 2012 that you want to create estimates — you do this during the QuickBooks setup — you can create job estimates of amounts you later invoice. [more…]

Progress Billing and QuickBooks 2012

Progress billing occurs when you actually invoice, or bill, a customer for a portion of an amount that you’ve previously estimated. For example, take a peek at the QuickBooks 2012 Create Estimates window [more…]

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