Billable Cost Tables

Billable Cost Tables

Billable rates are the amounts that you charge your Customers for your services and products. There is no restriction in QicWorks to the number of Billable Cost Tables you have in your account. You can also Activate/Deactivate your Bilable Cost tables.
Think of your Billable Cost Tables as your Customer Price Lists.
Your first Billable Cost Table is called Base. 
The Base Table is a copy of your Net Cost Table and needs to be updated to reflect the minimum value for each classification and material that you would charge your customers.

QicWorks then uses your Net Cost Table to create any additional Billable Cost Tables you need. This can be done using one of two ways;
Pricing Table  - Copies all of your Net Costs Table's classifications and materials across with $0.00 for all rates, and marked as inactive. You will then need to edit them as applicable.
Pricing Levels - Uses your Base table and applies the set percentage mark up to all classifications and materials.

Pricing Level Example:
If your Base billable rate was $10.00 per hour for the Resource.
Billable Rate Charged to Customer

Billable Cost Tables can be created and set to become effective a future date.
Only Classifications that have a status of "Active" will appear in your Pricing Table.
if a Classification is not active on a your selected Billable Cost Table, then QicWorks will use the Classification rate as set on Base to calculate your Billable Report for your Job.

Click on   Business  from the main menu, then click on  Settings  .  C lick on   Cost Management   from the Financial Settings menu.  Click on  View table  from the Billable Costs menu.

Billlable Cost Tables 

A    Navigation Breadcrumbs: Click on hyperlinks to jump to that screen, 
B    Page Toggle Width: Click to increase or decrease the page width
  Data Filter Menu: Click to filter by All, Active or Deactive
D   Actions Menu: Click add a new Pricing Table or add a Pricing Level
  Show entries  :   Change the view settings to Show 5, 10, 20, 50, 100 or All entries.
  Search:   Click in the Search field and enter search criteria to find data from within the Billable Costs Table
  Billable Costs Table: Overview of Pricing Tables

Contained in this table is:
 Billable Costs Table

    Field Name
     Pricing Set  N ame
     Name of Pricing Table
    Set Type
    How this Pricing Table was created - Using Pricing Level or clone of Net Cost Table   
   Effective Date
   Date this Pricing Table became/becomes available for use
    Click to edit or delete table
   Toggle between Active/Inactive

For more information about cost management within QicWorks see: Cost Management
For information about how to edit or add Costs to the Net Cost Table , see:  Action: Update Net Costs
For information about updating your sell pricing tables see: Action: Update Billable Costs

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