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Job Costing: What Is It and Do I Need it?

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Katherine Miller

Katherine Miller

An itinerant wanderer, Katherine spent the past year in Colorado, Chicago, and New Zealand. Several years as an independent contractor have familiarized her with the headaches that often accompany small business accounting, and she’s made it her mission to find the best tools to make things a little easier for new entrepreneurs. When she’s not busy investigating the ins and outs of the latest accounting software, she can be found working on a novel, trekking up mountains, and training in Krav Maga. (Though usually not all at once.)
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    steve bell

    Thanks very much for this article. I have a small landscaping business, 6 employees. I would like to use cloud-based software, I need invoicing and job costing. From past experience I’m no fan of quickbooks. Please recommend FreshBooks, Free Agent, or Xero. Finally, I say job costing, but I really mean I need profit/loss overall and I want to look at individual jobs to make adjustments.

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