Video Instruction – Job Costing

The Job Cost module allows posting of cost, income and time so that a company can track a job through its processes.

Refresh – Refreshes the list for any additions or changes other made to the jobs
Filters – Set a filtered list
Search – Search the job names
Export – Export visible columns to Excel or .csv
Add – Add a job
Edit – Edit a job
Delete – Delete a job
Print – Print all or selected reports
Copy – Copy a job
Job Entry – Enter time, income or expenses directly onto the job ledger

The job is assigned a code and description and the user can add a budgeted income, cost and time so that a foretasted profit is established.

Start Date – Date project starts
End Date – Date project ended
Ranking – Rank of job for reporting and filtering
Reference – Job reference
Contract Number – Contract number
Contract Date – Date of contract

Actual – Estimated – Variance

  • Hours – hours from all accounts
  • Income – Total income from all accounts
  • Expense – Total expenses from all accounts
  • GP$ – Total GP amount from all accounts
  • GP% – Total GP percentage from all accounts

The accounts tab is where the accounts or phases of a job are setup.

Account – Job account number
Name – Job account name
Start Date – Account start date
End Date – – Account end data
Last Billing No – Last billing number
Income – Estimated income
Cost – Estimated cost
Gross Profit – Estimated gross profit (calculated)
Hours – Estimated hours
Estimated By – Estimate by
Reference – Reference number

Job No – Job number
Account No – Job account number
Date – DAte of posting
Source – Source of the posting
Hours – Number of hours posted
Expense – Expense amount
Income – Income amount
Type – Type of transaction
Entity – Vendor, customer or employee number
Currency – Currency of the transaction. Blank is base
Document – – Invoice or PO number
Memo – Memo enter by user

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