how do I enter supplier's bill to customer job so that I can keep track of amount?

I would like to know how I enter a supplier bill received for materials for a customer job so that I can track the amount of the job.  Where do I link it to customer's job name?  Many thanks.

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I think the UK version has the same set up, in the US version it would be

Menu Edit>preferences>time & expenses> Company preferences Tab uncheck the mark all expenses as billable

in edit>preferences set the check mark to track billable expenses as income

then open the chart of accounts, edit each expense account you normally use for those expenses

the change you made  in preferences will put up an income select box on the account screen, choose the income account you want billable expenses to post to.  (I create an income account called billable exp income first)


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