I have an LLC I use for my digital marketing and want to add a seperate brand for my yoga / meditation business - can I do this via a DBA?

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Glad to see you here, suzydeline.

Welcome to the community! I am here to provide you with information on how QuickBooks Self-Employed works.

QuickBooks Self-Employed  is an online solution for the self-employed to manage and categorize your business finances through an online account. Each QuickBooks Self-Employed Account may only be used to support one self-employed individual or business and can only generate one Schedule C.

Since you have two different businesses, you must have two separate QuickBooks Self-Employed subscription with different log in credentials.

Once you have two separate subscriptions, you can name each account under the specific Doing Business Name (DBA) that you wish. You can update your name, user ID, or email address in the Profile Page.

Here’s how:

  1. Go to the Gear Icon.
  2. Click Profile.
  3. In the Profile page, select Profile.
  4. Click on the pencil icon or Edit.
  5. Choose Save.

You can also access the QuickBooks Customer Account Management Portal Site or CAMPS and update your information from there.

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

Stay in touch with me if you have follow-up questions about updating your account information. I’d be glad to help you.

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