What are the Unpaid Wages in the Commited Costs by Job report please?

What are the Unpaid Wages in the Committed Costs by Job report please?


I am trying to implement Job Costing, so I opend the sample Contractor company file.

I stopped at the Unpaid Wages in the Committed Costs by Job report.


I cannot dig to know what are those Unpaid Wages and where they will go in the PL account please .


Thank you 

Mahmoud 

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Hello there, Mahmoud Aljawhary,

I'm here to help you determine and locate the unpaid wages in the Committed Cost by Job report.

In the Committed Costs by Job report, the unpaid wages are those from time entries that have not yet been posted to a payroll check. 

Since you haven't created a paycheck for those wages, they will not appear on the Profit & Loss report. You can pull up the Time by Job Summary report, then locate the contractor/employee and then identify its details.

Here are the detailed steps below:

  1. Go to the Reports menu, choose Jobs, Time & Mileage, then select Time by Job Summary.
  2. Locate the name of the contractor/employee, then double-click the amount under it.
  3. The Time by Job Detail report will pull up to display its detailed information.
Please refer to the screenshots below for your visual reference.

I'm just around if there's anything else you need. I may be able to help you with your concerns so please don't hesitate to leave a comment below. 
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