Cost Plus Per Hour

If you want to charge a dollar amount over and above your crews regular rates, you need go no further than this screen.

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If you’ve negotiated additional amounts, such as safety markups, enter those amounts as well:

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In Payroll, you saw how you can include amounts for expenses other than labour on payroll timesheets. Living out, site allowances, meals, taxis can also be recorded in the ‘other pay’ section:

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You can pass these costs on to your client by specifying amounts under ‘rotation, subsistence & other’. Hover over the label to identify exactly which of the timesheet fields will be billed:

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Timesheet expenses can be passed on to the client at cost with an optional markup amount, or as a straight dollar amount.

You’ll notice there’s a distinction between billing ‘at cost’ or ‘as paid.’ ‘As paid’ will include any timesheet amounts posted to the job/area/centre you are billing. ‘At cost’ will bill based on which cost centre the expense was dispersed to. You can learn more about labour dispersions in the Job Cost lessons.

For more detailed explanations on each field, hover your mouse over the label. The yellow tooltips will guide you on setting up your rates.