All in one application - that is Easy Redmine
RTL Radio use Easy Redmine to maintain help desk, resources, attendance and of course all IT and software projects. We like the complexity - using all-in-one solution is just wonderful.
Redmine Budget / Money plugin serves to monitor incomes / expenses / wage expenses and final profit / hour rate of the projects. See plugin detail here:http://www.easyredmine.com/online-store/redmine-plugins-made-easy/project-budgets-money
To display Project Money click "Money" on project menu:
Clicking on overall Incomes / Wage Expenses / Other Expenses you get detail list of items.
These are calculated from time entries. Time entry is multiplied by the appropriate hour rate. Clicking on wage expense you get particular time entry detail.
In order to enter new Income / Expense (both planned or real) click on the buttons in the right column. After clicking on these you get a form to enter new Income / Expense. Further you choose whether real or planed – real option is default.
When entering new Income / Expense you state name / description / date / ammount / VAT yes-no and you can upload attachment - scanned invoice or whatever.
Option for Planed / Real Expense / Income is at the upper part of the form.
To enter the settings click on "Money settings" in the right column of money view. At the first tab you define priorities of the hour rates to calculate wage expenses. Rates are according to Activity / Role / User.
And Rates are Internal and External - this is mainly for the purpose of Budget sheet, where you can thus see what is your internal wage cost and what is billable ammount.
In other tabs you define hour rates for particular metrics (Activity, Role, User)
You can use the same rates in subprojects or set them separatelly.
The last tab enables you to configure you projects money / budget. You can set here:
You can however set your money globally. This afterwards applies for all the projects unless it is overridden by project setting.
For Global Money Setting go to Administration -> Money.
Global setting consists of: