Class tracking provides the standard account-based tracking in QuickBooks. QuickBooks offers a user-friendly method for setting up class tracking and running quickly. It helps with any other meaningful breakdown of your business. Classes support the business with different departments or locations by report account balances for each department.
If you want easier expenses or greater control over expense categorization, you use class tracking because there is a primary benefit of class tracking.
Claas tracking in QuickBooks is an awesome feature. Class track of your income, and expenses by department, location, property, project in QuickBooks. QuickBooks offers a user-friendly method for setting up class tracking and running quickly. It helps with any other meaningful breakdown of your business. You can manage or run reports of profit and loss, and even filter reports like accounts receivable and accounts payable reports by class.
For Example Class track the landscaping business with a maintenance and installation division separately.
Classes and location tracking is more effective. Sometimes we read Classes or location tracking on google or other sites one Question always in mind how to use classes in QuickBooks online? How set up classes? What is Location Tracking and how to use it in Quickbooks?
Here we describe these things in a very simple way. And if you need to know which part of your business is bringing money or where a majority of your business income is coming from.
You use the QuickBooks online turned on the features of classes and track the important information and make important decisions for your business it’s helpful for you.
- Follow these steps to create classes in QuickBooks :
- Common Mistakes in Class tracking
- Set up and work with class and location tracking in QuickBooks?
Follow these steps to create classes in QuickBooks :
- First, load the main page of the QuickBooks application
- Now Enable class tracking option in your company profile
- Now, select your class list from the menu bar, click the class list to set up class categories for your expenses and accounts.
- Click the arrow next to the class button at the bottom of the page.
- To create new class click on “New”.
- The class types you create an account for a variety of expenses.
- Input the name associated with the class. If the class can be broken down further, put a check in the box next to Sub-Class and enter the information in its text fields.
You choose the expense input form when you enter the information is associated with the class. Your all QuickBooks entry associated with the class.
Common Mistakes in Class tracking
- Classes can be useful for workarounds: Focus on main work and assign the class of each transaction, because you work on many items on an account and you not properly list them.
- Balance sheet by class: If you want to learn more about the balance sheet you search on the balance sheet by class in QuickBooks, it gives detailed knowledge. The class report manages the QuickBooks balance sheet.
- Chart of account and classes: Classes are different from a chart of accounts. In business, one mistake mostly happened that uses classes to track projects or events, because they are not sure where to track expenses.
- Use classes on posting transactions: Assigning a class to every posting transactions. For example, when you give the bill of any product or services of your customer using the invoice, the invoice is a posting transaction, and you assign the class for the invoice.
- Run a profit loss unclassified report: When you make the profit and loss reports assign the class before creating your reports. It’s a simple way and memorizes the class of profit and loss.
Set up and work with class and location tracking in QuickBooks?
Class tracking tracks the different reports at one time, you can use the class or location tracking according to your business.
Turn on class tracking in settings:
- Select the gear icon at the top, after that Account and settings
- Select Advanced
- In the Categories section, select the edit icon.
- Choose the category you want to enable and select the settings for that category.
- Now select Save
Create class categories:
- Select the Gear icon at the top, then All Lists
- Choose classes or Locations.
- Select New at the top.
- Enter the information.
- Select Save.
Edit or delete class or location:
- Select the Gear icon at the top, then All Lists.
- Choose Classes or Locations.
From the drop-down under the Action column:
- From the drop-down, choose Delete.
- When asked Are you sure you want to delete?, select Yes.
- From the drop-down, choose Edit.
- Edit the desired information, then choose to save.
Turn on location tracking
- First, click on the Settings ⚙, and look for the Company Settings and click on it.
- Next, click on Advanced.
- Now, go to the Categories section, and later click on the Edit ✎ icon.
- Click on the checkbox to track locations.
- Now, click on Save, and next click on Done.
Add a location
- First, click on Settings ⚙️, then go to the All Lists.
- Click on Locations.
- Select New, then add the Name of the location you want to track.
- Select Save and close.
Edit or delete a location
- Go to Settings ⚙️, then select All Lists.
- Select Locations.
- Select the location you want to edit or delete, then from the ▼ drop-down menu in the Action column, choose Edit or Make inactive.
- Select Save or Yes.
Make an inactive location active
- Go to Settings ⚙️, then select All Lists.
- Next, go to the Locations.
- Now, click on Settings ⚙️, and click on the above the action column, then next choose the checkbox by Include inactive.
- Last, click on Make active on the location when you need to activate.
I hope this will help you to set up and use class tracking and location tracking in QuickBooks. For any further assistance Dial our QuickBooks Support number +1-844-770-0699 toll-free.