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How To Create Quickbooks Timesheets And Time Data Report

QuickBooks Timesheets and Time Data Report

Timesheets are very important for tracking the time spent by each employee on a specific task or job. The company all over the world employ tools like Timesheets for tracking the amount of work done by each employee.

Timesheets also help the organization in evaluating the amount of time needed for a specific task as well as the proficiency a worker has in a specific skill.

Steps to Create Timesheets and Time Data Report in QuickBooks

Follow these steps in order to create timesheets and time data report. If you feel in comfort at any stage, you may talk to our Intuit certified ProAdvisor. Dial this QuickBooks 24/7 support phone number to directly contact them. So now, let’s start the procedure.

To create QuickBooks Timesheets:

  • First of all, Click Employee and then Enter time.

Create Timesheets and Time Data Report in QuickBooks

  • You have two choices for Timesheets:

       a.) Enter a weekly Timesheets to track hours worked.
       b.) Enter a single activity.

Weekly Timesheet

 To enter a weekly Timesheet to track hours worked:

  • First of all, choose the employee name next to Name.
  • If the hours worked are billable, choice a Customer: Job and Service item and select to click the Billable?
  • Choice the Payroll Item for time worked.
  • Depending on your preferences, you may also add a WC Code and a Class.
  • Click in the column for the days in which hour was worked, and type the hours worked in this job and for the payroll item.

When typing time in Paychecks, Timesheets or the Enter Payroll Information window, you can type a time range and QuickBooks calculates the total hours for you.

  • Repeat for each time worked until the week is complete.
  • When finished, select Save and Close.

Note: Columns size can be adjusted by clicking the right side border of the column header and dragging.

To create batch Timesheets:

  • First of all, click employees and then enter the time and then use weekly Timesheet.
  • After that, click the Name drop-down and scroll to the very top. Choose Multiple Names.
  • After that, Choice the names of the Select Employee, vendor or other name box and then Click
  • After that, fill in the Timesheets then click Save and New or Save and Close to record the time sheet for the multiple Employees.
  • QuickBooks will have recorded the same time sheet for the multiple names that were selected.

Single Activity

 To enter a single activity(with a start and stop feature to track time worked):

  • First of all, choose the date of the time worked from the Date
  • If you type a date before today’s date, then you will not be able to use the Start and Stop function of the Single-task. However, you can also manually type the amount of time for the activity in the Duration field.
  • After that, choose the employee from the Name drop-down list.
  • If the hours worked are billable, then choose a custom job from the Customer: Job drop down arrow and a service item from the Service Item drop-down arrow and then click to select If not billable then verify the Billable checkbox is not selected.
  • After that, Select the payroll item that the time worked affects on the paycheck from the Payroll Item drop-down arrow.
  • Depending on your Preferences, you may also add a WC Code and a Class.
  • After that, click Start to start the time tracking for this work or type, the time when the worker started work for this job. Click
  • When the job is done, then click
  • After that, Click Save and Close.

Print Timesheets To print weekly Timesheets:

  • Go to the File menu and then choose Print Forms and then Timesheets.
  • QuickBooks defaults to the current work week. To view additional Timesheets, modify the date range by typing different dates in the Dated and thru fields.
  • Choice the Timesheets you want to print.
  • If you want to print the full text of your activity notes on each Timesheet then choice Print full activity Notes. If you don’t choose this option, then QuickBooks prints only the first line of each note.
  • Click OK to print a Timesheet for the individual person selected for every week within the date range.

To print a blank Timesheet:

  • First of all, click employees and then enter the time.
  • After that, on the weekly Timesheet window, choose the Print and then Print Blank Timesheet.Create Timesheets and Time Data Report in QuickBooks
  • After that, in the Print Timesheets window, type the number of copies you want to print and then Click Print.

Create Time Data Report

 Set up a Report that shows Timesheet data for one or more that one employee:

 You can set up Time by Name report that shows the following:

  • Workers names
  • Customer name associated with the Timesheet.
  • The total number of hours worked to date range your choice.
  • Display more columns or date by using the Customize Report feature.

To set up this report, follow the below steps:

  • Go to the QuickBooks menu bar and then click Reports and then Jobs, Time and Mileage and then Time by Name.
  • After that, click Customize Report.
  • In the Display window, add more columns to your report by choosing one more of the display options available. To display more:
    • First of all, click Filters tab.
    • After that, click the Names or Items you want to include on the report.
  • If you wish to show multiple names or items:
    • First of all, click the down arrow for names or items you selected.
    • After that, choose the option for multiple.
    • After that, click to choose the items from the list provided.
  • Click OK to apply your selections.
  • Click OK on the next window to save your modification.

I hope you find this article useful. If you need further help and assistance, you can call on QuickBooks Payroll Support Number +1-855-441-4417.

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