how do I change my quickbooks self employed subscription out of itunes?

I want to pay direct through my business credit card and not through my personal itunes account - how do I do this?


Glad to see you here in the Intuit Community, quayne,

Let me show you the way on how to change your subscription.

Since you’ve subscribed through iTunes, you may need to cancel your account by following this steps:

  1. Tap Settings from the home screen. 
  2. Tap App and iTunes Stores.
  3. Tap your Apple ID and then View Apple ID. Make sure you're signed in.
  4. Under Subscriptions, tap Manage.
  5. Tap QuickBooks Self-Employed, and turn off Automatic Renewal to cancel a subscription. 

For more detailed information, you can check out this article: View, change, or cancel your subscription.  However, if you have challenges in cancelling your account, you may need to contact iTunes for assistance.

Once your account has been cancelled, you can follow this steps to resubscribe through us:

  1. Login to QuickBooks Self-Employed account through a web browser using this link
  2. Make sure to log in using your QuickBooks Self-Employed login credentials when you sign up for the service.
  3. Click the Gear icon in the upper right corner.
  4. Choose Billing Info from the drop-down menu.
  5. Confirm the billing information and CVV number.
  6. Select Subscribe to confirm.

I'm including a helpful article with guidelines that will help you on how to resubscribe to QuickBooks Self-Employed.

If you have further inquiries please let me know. I will gladly additionally help you.

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