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Business-Finance

Published on August 28, 2007

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Tracking time:  Tracking time Lesson 14 Lesson objectives:  Lesson objectives To learn how to track time worked on a project To learn how to invoice a customer for time worked on a project To create project reports for time tracking and learn about other project reports To learn how to set up items used to track time worked by owners or partners To learn how to pay nonemployees for time worked Turning on time tracking:  Turning on time tracking To turn on time tracking: From the Edit menu, choose Preferences. Click Time Tracking in the left panel. Then click the Company Preferences tab. Make sure Yes is selected as the answer to the question 'Do You Track Time?' Click OK to save the preference setting. Entering time data:  Entering time data There are three ways to get time data into a company file: Enter time directly onto a weekly timesheet or single activity form in QuickBooks. Use the Stopwatch to time an activity while you are performing it. Use the QuickBooks Timer program to track time and then import the time directly into QuickBooks. When you track time with QuickBooks, you have a choice of two forms to enter time: Weekly Timesheet or Time/Enter Single Activity window. If you want to enter time for multiple jobs or multiple days, then the Weekly Timesheet is the best choice. Entering time data:  Entering time data To print a blank timesheet: From the Employees menu, choose Enter Time and then choose Use Weekly Timesheet. From the Print drop-down menu, choose Print Blank timesheet. In the Print Timesheets window, click Print. Recording employee time on weekly timesheets:  Recording employee time on weekly timesheets To enter information on a weekly timesheet: On the Home page, click Enter Time, and then click Use Weekly Timesheet. In the Name field, select Gregg O. Schneider from the drop-down list. On the line below the existing entries, click in the Customer:Job column, and then choose Melton, Johnny:Dental office from the drop-down list. In the Service Item column, type Installation. Click in the W 12 column for the row in which you entered Johnny Melton’s job. Type 8 to enter the number of hours worked on Wednesday. In the Th field, type 8. In the F field, type 8, and then press Tab. Click Save andamp; Close to record the Weekly Timesheet. Entering mileage:  Entering mileage To record mileage: From the Company menu, choose Enter Vehicle Mileage. In the Vehicle field, select 2002 Ford Truck. In the Start Date field, enter 12/12/2007. In the End Date field, enter 12/12/2007. In the Total Miles field, type 25. In the Customer:Job field, select Melton, Johnny:Dental Office from the drop-down list. In the Item field, select Mileage from the drop-down list. Click Save andamp; New. Repeat the steps above to enter 25 miles for the same vehicle and customer:job for December 13 and additional miles for December 14. Click Save andamp; Close. Invoicing a customer for time and mileage:  Invoicing a customer for time and mileage To invoice a customer for time: From the Customers menu, choose Create Invoices. Select Melton, Johnny:Dental office as the customer:job. Click Cancel in the Available Estimates window. In the Date field, type 12/17/2007. Click Add Time/Costs. Click in the Use column to select each of the lines that represents time worked by Gregg Schneider. Click OK. From the Template drop-down list, select Intuit Service Invoice. Keep the invoice open. You’ll use it in the next exercise. Invoicing a customer for time and mileage:  Invoicing a customer for time and mileage To invoice a customer for mileage: In the Create Invoices window, click Add Time/Costs, and then click the Mileage tab. Click in the Use column to select each of the lines that represents the mileage for this job. You want to combine mileage on a single line, so click Options. Select the Combine activities with the same service items option. Click OK. Click OK to transfer the mileage to the invoice. Click Save andamp; Close to record the invoice. Displaying project reports for time tracking:  Displaying project reports for time tracking To create a time by job report: From the Reports menu, choose Jobs, Time andamp; Mileage. From the submenu, choose Time by Job Summary. Scroll the report until you see the time worked for the Melton, Johnny:Dental office job. Viewing time data in more detail:  Viewing time data in more detail To view time data details: Position your mouse pointer over the 24 hours for Installation on the Melton, Johnny:Dental office job, and then double-click. Close the time by job detail report. When QuickBooks asks if you want to memorize the report, click No. Close the time by job summary report. Creating service items for subcontractors, owners, or partners:  Creating service items for subcontractors, owners, or partners To set up a service item for owners or partners: From the Lists menu, choose Item List. Click the Item menu button, and choose New. In the Type field of the New Item window, choose Service from the drop-down list. In the Item Name/Number field, type Planning. Select the This service is performed by a subcontractor, owner, or partner checkbox. In the Description on Purchase Transactions field, type Job Planning and press Tab. In the Cost field, type 50 and press Tab. From the drop-down list in the Expense Account field, choose the equity subaccount called Owner’s Draw. Creating service items for subcontractors, owners, or partners:  Creating service items for subcontractors, owners, or partners To set up a service item for owners or partners: In the Sales Price field, type 90. In the Tax Code drop-down list, select Non. In the Income Account field, type Planning and press Tab. When QuickBooks tells you that Planning is not on the Account list, click Set Up. In the Add New Account window, make sure Income is selected in the Type drop-down list and click Save andamp; Close. Click OK to close the New Item window. Press Esc to close the Item list. Recording nonemployee time worked:  Recording nonemployee time worked To enter time for nonemployee time worked: From the Employees menu, choose Enter Time. Then choose Time/Enter Single Activity. In the Name field, choose Tom Ferguson from the drop-down list. In the Customer:Job field, choose Abercrombie, Kristy:Family Room. In the Service Item field, select Planning from the drop-down list and press Tab. Type 8 in the Duration field and press Tab. Click Save andamp; Close. Preparing a check to pay for nonemployee time worked:  Preparing a check to pay for nonemployee time worked To prepare a check for nonemployee time worked: On the Home page, click Write Checks. Make sure that Checking is selected in the Bank Account field. Click to put a checkmark in the To be printed checkbox. In the Pay to the Order of field, choose Tom Ferguson from the drop-down list. Click Yes at the message QuickBooks displays asking if you want this check to pay for time worked. Type 12/10/07 in the Start Date field and press Tab. Type 12/16/07 in the End Date field and click OK. Click Save andamp; Close in the Write Checks window.

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