started working freelance mid-way through the year and had full time job until mid-May. How do I add that information into Quickbooks so it shows this?

Full time position took out taxes until mid-May. How do I add this information to quick books so it can accurately display how much my quarterly taxes are?

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Good day, cambullrun.

I'm happy to share how we can get around this so you'd be able to record employment and self-employment transactions in QuickBooks Self-Employed.

To do so, you can enter employment income in the Tax profile page under "Your annual W2 income" field. 

Here's how:
  1. Click on the gear icon.
  2. Under Taxes, click on Tax Profile.
  3. Enter employment income under "Your annual W2 income" field.
After which, you can then track freelance income and expense transactions from May to date on the transactions page.

Stay in touch if you need more help, I'll be here to assist.

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