Should I include my family tax info in the intuit section?


It's nice to have you here, jennie.hylton.

I’d be delighted to help with entering your information in the Tax Profile settings.

In order for the system to calculate your self-employment taxes accurately, you’ll need to enter your business income, spending, allowable expenses and the information you have set up in your Tax Profile.

In the Tax Profile setting, you have to ensure that your Marital status, W2 and Federal Withholding, and your Deductions are recorded properly. If you’re filling jointly, you’ll need to enter your spouse information as well.

For additional information, you may check out this article: How we calculate estimated taxes.

On the other hand, I’d highly recommend consulting with your accountant for you to be guided accurately in entering your information. You can reach out to our AnswerXchange Community Team for further assistance on tax-related questions.

If you have other questions about managing your QuickBooks Self-Employed account, please feel free to leave a comment below. I’m always here to help.

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