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How to add driver's and pay info for driver's on profit gauges

My husband drives a truck and owns three more. We sold two of the three, but are carrying the notes. The drivers had to agree to lease to the same company my husband is with until trucks are paid in full. Since the trucks are still in my husbands name the settlement sheet for my husband and both drivers are sent to my husband and in turn we remove truck payment and insurance and send the remaining balance per each driver a check for the balance. All we get is a truck payment and insurance. My question is how do you set this up on profit gauges? Do I show their fuel and advances because it shows up on their settlement sheet even though it is not our money spent? I need my ending statement to show that we only received truck payment & insurance and the driver buying the truck got all the rest. Would love to get this figured out. I think once it is set up correct it will be a wonderful way of doing business.

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I've heard Kevin say the profit gauges is designed for a "one truck, one owner" operation, you might have to get creative to do what you are trying to do.

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I just seen the one truck, one owner operation.Thanks. I thought about getting creative but just didn't know what the end results would show when it comes time to hand it over to the CPA. I guess you can always try and then delete if its not right. Do you know if you have to have fuel gauges and profit gauges data entered before it shows a true reading? My husband has not entered anything in fuel gauges because his phone does not accept the program. I have my profit gauges set on manually. Should I enter it into fuel gauges also?

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I have very little experience actually using profit gauges, someone else will need to step in for answers to your questions.

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ok thanks

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