QB Issue Resolution:
What you have here is a Misunderstanding of the Estimate. The Perspective of the Estimate is “Customer Price.” Their Cost, not Yours.
Prove it by using the Print icon and Print Preview. “Cost” here = Cost to you, my customer, for this proposed Scope of Work.
You need to run a report, such as Estimate Vs Actuals, to see Both Sides of a two sided item. This will show your Projected Cost from the Item Setup, and the projected revenue from the Customer Estimate.
In other words, the reporting should show $300 Est Cost and $510 Est Revenue.
Please see my attachments.
Resolution for Issue 'wrong cost using coreobjx' available: Yes (Solved).
Source: Intuit Community forum.
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