How does it handle job costing?
Job costing is a fully integrated part of Total Office Manager’s accounting. Whenever you create a sales proposal or sales estimate, make a sale, issue a credit, or offer a refund, Total Office Manager allows you to associate a job with that transaction. Total Office Manager’s job costing allows you to create as many jobs as you wish. You can setup jobs of jobs (called phases). You can set credit limits or projections as well. When you enter a bill or write a check to purchase materials or equipment, you can associate a job with that purchase. Total Office Manager even allows you line by line job costing. This means that you can associate jobs to each and every line of a check or bill. Total Office Manager allows you to tag each and every labor hour to a job. You can break up the entire day if you wish so that Total Office Manager tracks every minute! Total Office Manager even allows you to make adjusting journal entries by the job. This allows bookkeeping experts to precisely “tidy up” the entire job costing system and produce the most accurate job costing reports possible. Print a detailed profit and loss statement on each and every job you set up in Total Office Manager.