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Posted by taxguru on May 15, 2007


Subject: Using classes with Quick Books


It sounds like you deal a lot with rental property.   I read your article on classes. I am a HVAC contractor and would like to know if this can be useful for my business?  I need to track my service, replacement and new construction jobs for residential and commercial accounts and split the labor materials and equipment to each profit center.


I am taking a quick books class on line Friday 


Any help would be appreciated



It should be fairly easy to set up QB in such a way as to give you the types of reports you need.

I don’t have time to give you details on this because that process will require some one on one consulting.  You should look for a QB pro advisor on the website and see if you can find one with some experience dealing with similar situations as yours.  S/he can then help you set up the file appropriately and train you on how to enter data and produce the reports you need.

Good luck.

Kerry Kerstetter





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