new bank account

I'm asking to please respond to my inquiry again, as I sent a question by email recently about my change in banks; (Wells Fargo to Golden1 Credit Union)

Will I lose all my yearly data/transactions in QB when I close out my old bank account? If so, What do I need to do? Export Reports? Transfer all manually? Or is all previous data/transactions saved?

I'm ready to close old account immediately, before I get charged another fee, so please get back to me asap. I've already transferred all funds and updated new bank account info and debit cards, including auto payments, etc.

Also, I want to add Turbo Tax to my Quick Books Self Employed, Do I need to buy it now or at the end of the tax year?


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