Hi, on Quickbooks we have 1 standard price list (for standard wholesale customers), and then different price levels for other customer types based on a percentage of that standard price. So some customers may be on a level 10% higher than the standard, some, 10% lower,. So each customer is set up on X price level (quickbooks allows you to name your price levels- ag we have some called 'special wholesale', 'extra special whoelsale' etc) , and all their prices will automatically be at that level, but you can still edit individual prices for individual items on invoices, if you want to change level for particular items. So you may have a customer who as a rule, is on the 10% lower level, but on the odd item, you may want them to pay on the standard level if it is a low margin item. Having these price levels, means that you have one main price list only. Furthermore, when doing annual/ montlhy price changes, you only have to change the standard price, and all the other prices levels change accordingly.
Would anyone else find this useful? Please Vote for it if you do- its one of the things I am dreading about changing from Quickbooks.