Intervals does include an Expenses Report. It is available in the reporting section and via the links on the Project Dashboard. The report can be exported to a spreadsheet program, emailed or exported to PDF like most of the reports.
Accessing from the Reports menu:
Accessing from Project Dashboard:
The report can be run for multiple clients and projects, or for a single client. When running the report for a single client, often times it is quicker to run the report from the Project Dashboard for the project (as shown above). At the bottom of the Project Dashboard there are links to each of the reports. When clicking on the report via this section the report will run for the life of the project. It can be a quicker way to generate a report since you don’t have to select the desired items via the drop down menus.
Here is what the Expenses Report looks like from the Dashboard:
Another place that expenses can be viewed is the Project Landscape Report. After running the report, if you click on the “Budget & Invoices” tab, a financial view is revealed that includes expenses. The Project Landscape Report is probably the best hi-level report to view information across projects. Here is what the Budget & Invoices tab looks like: