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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Oct 2009

    Unanswered: Tracking Fleet Expenses

    I need to track expenses for our leased cars. It's tricky because a car can be leased at one of our branches for either a salesman or branch manager.

    For example:
    Branch 1 Salesman's car coded to 5300; Br Manager's car coded to 7300

    Cars can be moved between branches and Salesman or Br manager employees.

    How can I track the expenses of a car originally leased at Branch 1 for a Salesman Jan - Mar, 2009 and then transferred to Branch 2 to the Br Manager? Branch 1 then gets a new leased car for their Salesman Apr - Dec, 2009.

    How can I get the total 2009 Salesman expenses for Branch 1?

  2. #2
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    Nov 2007
    Adelaide, South Australia
    ? with not even a hint as to your table structure, how can anyone know?
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