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This might sound pretty straightforward for some but my head is starting to spin!
Have had no problems using service type invoices but want to keep better control on stock so changing to Item invoices. I have set up items for labour etc at hourly rate but...
Quite often our business sends parts out for welding or maching and costs for these differ job to job. I though of setting an item for machining with a base rate eg $10 but as some jobs may cost $90 and the next $460... 46 times the item would not look good on my customer's invoice.
Using the service invoice, this is not of concern because each item is charged individually, but is it possible to use item invoice when I deal with these variables? If I continue to issue a service invoice only if a non-standard cost has to be charged, I cannot use pre-entered items and so inventory is not adjusted. A bit of a quandry... any suggestions?
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I don't do many sales invoices but do a lot of purchases. On these I am able to overwrite the price for each item if required so would think you could do this on sales too. Hope this helps.
I knew I was over thinking this whole issue.
Easy - I set up an item - Contracted - Welding with a nil amount in Sell Price and then just overtype the relevant amount when issuing the actual invoice.
Thanks again - may not be the most elegant solution but it works so is the main thing!
Fantastic, glad to hear that you have found a solution that works for yourself. Also thanks for sharing it with the MYOB Community so that others can benefit.
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