How to calculate work in progress in construction?
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Work in progress (WIP) in construction refers to the costs incurred and the labor performed on unfinished jobs. To calculate work in progress, you will first need to determine the total value of all unfinished jobs. This includes the cost of materials, labor, overhead, and any other related costs.
Next, you will need to calculate the gross costs billed for the unfinished jobs. Finally, subtract the gross costs from the total value of all unfinished jobs to calculate the Work in Progress.