V r using intuit quickbooks desktop enterprise solutions 17.0. v hv 2 set up contract val 4 each contractors. Which shld be not affect anything in accounts. pls help.

we have to set up contract value for subcontractors

for that we have to set up contract val, but it shouldn't affect any of our accounts.

looking for your solution .

Answer

You can add a custom field to set up the contract value, hazari85.

It won't also affect any accounts. Let me show you how to do it. 

  1. Click on the Vendors menu.
  2. Select Vendor Center.
  3. Right-click on the vendor name and select Edit Vendor.
  4. In the Additional Info, click on the Define Fields.
  5. In the Label column, enter Contract Value.
  6. Check the column for Vendor.
  7. In the What kind of data?, choose Any text.
  8. Click on OK.

It's my pleasure to help you if you need anything else. 

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