How accurate are your project estimates and bids?
Are your projects staying on budget?
Are expenses being allocated to the correct job code and service item?
Is your business financially healthy?
With the TSheets employee job costing report, you'll know! Employees simply track job codes, service items, and projects in TSheets. Then, using one simple report, you can see a comprehensive picture of employee hours by job code, pay rate, project, and more.
TSheets ensures that employee paychecks are accurate — and guarantees that those hours contribute to the financial health of your business.
Job costing with accurate employee hours (most companies' largest profit and loss line item!) means that every dollar flowing in or out of your company is accounted for. TSheets' easy-to-use, accurate job costing report provides the detailed labor information you need to help ensure that your estimates cover all aspects of a project, as well as identify fringe costs, like overtime.
Job costing starts with accurate employee time designated to the right project or job code, which happens automatically in TSheets, and ends with an accurate, easy-to-use job costing report.
Use those accurate hours (and that newfound insight) to run payroll, invoice clients, and more from your favorite accounting software. TSheets syncs seamlessly with QuickBooks, ADP, Xero, Sage, Gusto, and other top accounting and payroll products.
While using TSheets is simple, and syncing employee time with QuickBooks takes mere seconds, how you choose to use employee time for job costing is unique to your business. Your business strategy and goals, as well as billable versus non-billable, will determine how you set up your QuickBooks file for job costing.
If you're currently using TSheets and need help setting up your job costing, Ryan and Shannon Mackey of Everything QuickBooks are ProAdvisors We Trust and will provide a free file review to help you get started. Enter your name, email and phone number below for your free file review.
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