If you don't want QuickBooks to mark up each expense by the same amount
or percentage, you can mark up the expenses individually.
To do this task
Make sure the Markup amount or field is blank.
In the Amount column, change the amount of each expense so that it includes
the markup you want.
For example, if an expense is $50.00 and you want to mark
it up by $10.00, you would change the $50.00 amount to $60.00.
Effect on your accounts: When you use this method to mark
up an expense, QuickBooks does not post the difference between
the original amount and the edited amount to your markup account. Instead, the
entire amount posts to the account you use to track income from that type of
reimbursed expense. To track markup income separately, you must use the
"Markup amount or %" field to apply a single markup to all the
expenses you select.
You can't split an expense. If you
reduce the amount of an expense, QuickBooks assumes that you
do not intend to charge your customer for the balance. You will not see the
balance the next time you open the Choose Billable Time and Costs window for