Default markups are automatically added to the vendor price to calculate the selling price.

For example, you set up the 20% wholesale markup for labor.

If the vendor price of repair order labor is zero, the markup is not applied to calculate the selling price.

When you enter a vendor price, the selling price is automatically calculated as vendor price plus markup, i.e. $100 + $20 (20% from 100) = $120.

Another example, you set up the 20% wholesale markup for parts.

If the vendor price of repair order parts is zero, the markup is not applied to calculate the selling price.

When you enter a vendor price, the selling price is automatically calculated as vendor price plus markup, i.e. $100 + $20 (20% form 100) = $120.