t-shirt inventory


H

Herbie

I sell printed t-shirts. How do I set up a system to reflect my unprinted
t-shirts and my printed t-shirts. I want to be able to pull up stock in
both. Many types and styles of shirts are delivered and put into stock. I
then pull a certain type of shirt out of stock and print on them. I then
want to put the printed shirts into printed stock. Any suggestions will be
appreciated. thanks herbie
 
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Andrea J

QuickBooks inventory is designed for things that you purchase ready for
resale. I don't think I would try to track these T-shirts as inventory
items. I would set up the unprinted T-shirts and printed T-shirts as
noninventory items, so you can track what you spend for them and what you
sell them for.

There must be programs designed specifically for inventory (I'm not familiar
with them).

Andrea
 
A

Allan Martin

Andrea J said:
QuickBooks inventory is designed for things that you purchase ready for
resale. I don't think I would try to track these T-shirts as inventory
items. I would set up the unprinted T-shirts and printed T-shirts as
noninventory items, so you can track what you spend for them and what you
sell them for.

There must be programs designed specifically for inventory (I'm not familiar
with them).

Andrea
Quickbooks manufacturing & wholesale edition is such a program.
 
T

Tee

Herbie said:
I sell printed t-shirts. How do I set up a system to reflect my unprinted
t-shirts and my printed t-shirts. I want to be able to pull up stock in
both. Many types and styles of shirts are delivered and put into stock. I
then pull a certain type of shirt out of stock and print on them. I then
want to put the printed shirts into printed stock. Any suggestions will be
appreciated. thanks herbie
Since there isn't a transaction taking place for what you propose, go in &
adjust your inventory values:

Vendors-Inventory Activities-Adjust Qty/Value On Hand

Decrease the plain shirts by whatever number you pulled and increase the
printed shirts by the same number.
 
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J

Just Me

If you are not already, you could have two separate item numbers - one for
unprinted, and the other for printed.

You could then "sell" the unprinted ones to yourself at cost to take them
out of stock, and "buy" the printed ones back at the new cost that included
the production cost. If need be, you could periodically make entries to get
the production costs aligned if they ran across periods.

Dave
 

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