Choosing a QB product


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pcrowl

Hello,
I'm in a service business. I work for lenders and service providers
contracted to lenders caring for foreclosed properties.

Thus I have perhaps 20 client companies each of whom sends work orders
for scores of properties. Each property has a set of services to be
performed...I need to invoice the client for each property individually
listing the services provided and the agreed pricing. We can do many
jobs at one property over time - so I need to be able to set up a
property as an item and create invoices for services as they are
ordered and performed.

I don't have a lot of product vendors to deal with - perhaps 10 or 15 -
locks and security items...cleaning and janitorial supplies etc..

I use Wells Fargo online payroll so I don't need QB Payroll.

I have to track vehicle expenses and depreciation as well as capital
equipment acquisition and depreciation.

I don't believe the Contractor edition is right for me. We don't do
estimates or need to track subs and materials on that level. I'm
thinking PRO version but would like to hear from others who might be in
a similar situation.

I'd like to set QB up very soon since we're only a few weeks into the
new year.

Thanks
Peter
 
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Allan Martin

Hello,
I'm in a service business. I work for lenders and service providers
contracted to lenders caring for foreclosed properties.

Thus I have perhaps 20 client companies each of whom sends work orders
for scores of properties. Each property has a set of services to be
performed...I need to invoice the client for each property individually
listing the services provided and the agreed pricing. We can do many
jobs at one property over time - so I need to be able to set up a
property as an item and create invoices for services as they are
ordered and performed.

I don't have a lot of product vendors to deal with - perhaps 10 or 15 -
locks and security items...cleaning and janitorial supplies etc..

I use Wells Fargo online payroll so I don't need QB Payroll.

I have to track vehicle expenses and depreciation as well as capital
equipment acquisition and depreciation.

I don't believe the Contractor edition is right for me. We don't do
estimates or need to track subs and materials on that level. I'm
thinking PRO version but would like to hear from others who might be in
a similar situation.

I'd like to set QB up very soon since we're only a few weeks into the
new year.

Only the Accountants Premier version tracks depreciation.
 

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