Does tsheets have any use for QB 1099 employees?

I know that's a really broad question. We actually use TSheets, and I just now got our accounts synced together, but I'm realizing, the approving time function only benefits you if you have payroll. I guess I thought it would import our vendors timesheets and create their bill without me having to enter it, that is not the case and it seems it has no other function then simply giving me our contractors hours. Is there any other use for TSheets in QB when you only have 1099 employees?



Let me share some information about the timesheet feature in QuickBooks Online.

You can certainly use the timesheet feature for your 1099 employees in QuickBooks Online. However, we currently don't have a way of transferring the details directly to a bill or check of a 1099 employee. As a workaround, we've come up with a report that will help you determine the number of hours your 1099 employee worked before creating a bill for him or her. You can check this article for complete details:

If there's anything else that you need with your timesheet, feel free to fill me in.

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