I need to have access to the information that was collected during my trial period. Your cooperation will affect my decision to purchase a subscription in January


Hello there, jerrygoshen84.

I want to make sure you’re getting the right support in accessing your information.

For starters, QuickBooks Self-Employed is designed to help you save time and money. It comes with 30-days free trial subscription which you can use for both the mobile app and the web-based software.

There would be a need for us to access your account on a secured environment. Since the Community is a public forum, I’d recommend reaching out to our Customer Care Team. They will be able to further assist you and provide the information you need.

Please feel free to drop a comment bellow if you have other questions about managing your QuickBooks Self-Employed subscription. I am always here to help.

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