Each item on a project has a billable toggle. Sometimes it's off, sometimes it's on and sometimes it's locked. This article explains the logic behind all of this.
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Quoted Price Pricing Type:
When you create a Quoted Price Project, the Billable toggles will be locked on. Every item will count towards the final price, which you can then edit.
Time & Materials Pricing Type:
When you create a Time & Materials Project, you have control over the Billable toggles. You can choose which items, including labor, will count towards the final price.
Flat Rate Pricing Type:
When you create a Flat Rate Project, you have control over the Billable toggles for any item except for labor. The labor toggle remains locked and the price for labor is 0. This is because the labor for a Flat Rate job does not contribute to the final price. Instead, you are charging a fee that covers your labor cost.
Unbillable Pricing Type:
When you create an Unbillable Project, the Billable toggles are locked off. This is how you create a job where you track your costs, but you aren't passing any of that on to a customer.
That's an overview of how your selected Pricing Type affects the Billable toggles on a Project.
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