Time tracking serves two functions: Payroll and Charging Customers (sales). You can do one or the other or both.

“I use Jobs as a way of classifying different house projects. We recently brought on an employee.”

You can still use Timesheets for tracking your own time, as well.

“It seemed most effective to […]

Resolution for 'allocate expenses issue: 'Is using time tracking the right way to do payroll when you end up with unbilled time that gets “billed” back to you?' available: Yes.

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