We have a question regarding estimate. We have a product that if they buy in bulk the price decreases.
xxxx 80,000 .535
xxxx 160,000 .365
xxxx 240,000 .315
Is there any way to remove the cumulative total for the 3 line items as it reflects the 3 lines as a total and they may only be wanting 240,000, which is really not a true total.
The only way that I could figure out is to do an individual quote for each of the line items, however, this becomes cumbersome to the customer when they get 3 different quotes.
Thank you for any suggestions.
Hey Lana, great question! I think it makes sense to create 3 different quotes for the scenario you described. The primary reason is if you are using an accounting software like QuickBooks, there is no way to remove the subtotal calculation for quantity and cost, it’s automatic. However, if you’re creating these quotes in a program like Excel, then you can simply remove the formulas to achieve this goal.
All the Best-
Crystalynn Shelton, CPA
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