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What Is Job Costing? And Does Your Business Need It?

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Erica Seppala

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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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