You may have discovered that Journal Entries in QuickBooks don’t work for recording job related costs because you don’t have access to the Item list from the Journal Entry form. If you record a job-related transaction in QuickBooks with the Journal Entry form, you’ll see a line item on your job-cost reports that say “no item”. That’s not at all helpful!
In this quick video tip, I’ll teach you a nifty workaround for recording Journal Entry adjustments in a way that will show up on your job-cost reports.
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