Tagged: custom crush
We are producing about 200 cases of wine of our own. I make another 800 cases for others to cover the overheard costs and provide income. I have had added the clients wine to the costing pool. Is this the practice you would recommend? Should I also create an “Other Client” account in the rest for Misc. purchases, the would go into the same account each time?
Yes, on adding the custom crush client’s wine to the costing book. You are on the right track about the misc purchases. I will do a mini-course on handling custom crush clients in the meantime here are some basics:
1. Create a custom crush income account
2. Create a custom crush COGS account
3. If you purchase something specifically for the CC client like bottling material or a filtering expense, then use the CC COGS account to record the expense.
4. The supplies like yeast and other additions will be part of your winemaking cost pool. Don’t go down the rabbit hole of specifying these details. That’s what the cost pool is for.
5. If some of the costs are reimbursable (usually the bottling material) there are tricks in QB to tag these so that making the invoice is easier. This is what the “customer:job” and “billable” fields are for.
Join us during Office Hours and I can walk you through this step.
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