What is meant by billable hours and actual hours in the chart at the top of the page?

What Is Meant by Billable Hours and Incremented Hours at the Bottom of the Time Page?


Actual hours do not show work rounded up and reflect the exact number of minutes worked. The incremented hours contain the rounded-up numbers that were billed to the client.




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