why don't my paid invoices show in my income? Self employed version


Welcome to the Intuit Community, brudecks.

I certainly see how this feature wherein paid invoices automatically shows as income transactions in QuickBooks Self-Employed.  As of the moment, this feature is not yet part of the service. 

What we currently have is a simple invoice.  When adding an invoice, it is not connected to the transactions tab. However, the system can recognize the transaction as an income if you received the payment through a bank connected to your QBSE account. By this, the system will automatically download the transaction then you can tag it as income.

To clarify things out, the invoicing and the transactions' tab are not linked to one another. The invoicing tab lets you send the invoice whereas the transaction's tab lets you track your transactions (Income and expenses).

Feel free to keep in touch if you have additional questions, I'd be glad to answer them for you.  Have a great day!

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