job costing without using jobs


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anon

Yes, I know that sounds very stupid, but I want to avoid using jobs if
only because they make the customer list really huge.

So are there any alternatives? For example, is there something I can do
at the estimate/invoice level so that I can still use QB's job costing
functions, without actually using jobs? Maybe a custom column? Or am I
simply asking for the impossible?
 
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Laura

anon said:
Yes, I know that sounds very stupid, but I want to avoid using jobs if
only because they make the customer list really huge.

So are there any alternatives? For example, is there something I can do
at the estimate/invoice level so that I can still use QB's job costing
functions, without actually using jobs? Maybe a custom column? Or am I
simply asking for the impossible?
Using Customer:jobs is your option. Keeping everything at a Customer
level still allows you to use the job costing tools & reports.
 
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anon

Laura said:
Using Customer:jobs is your option. Keeping everything at a Customer
level still allows you to use the job costing tools & reports.
Yeah, I had wanted to avoid creating a million sub-customers, but
eventually realized that I could just clear them from the list by
inactivating them.
 

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