hi, Does anyone know when QBO will fix the problem that we can't see labor costs in the profit and loss by customer /project reports?

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Hi there, D.G.

I'm glad you've reached out for support in the Community.  I want to make sure you're aware of the QuickBooks Online (QBO) Canada limitations.

The option to show the labor costs in the Profit and Loss report hasn't been made available in the Canada version of QBO. Most of our users want this feature and have viewed this as an opportunity.

We are constantly improving our product's feature to meet our customers' needs. If I hear of any changes about this, I will be sure to post the details here in the Community. 

I'm always around if you have any other concerns. Just make sure to leave a comment below and I'll get back to you. Have a great weekend.

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