I need to find the transactions for which sales tax were payed for NY and VT sales. Can quicktime help me sort these I hope? How? Thank you


Good day aadyabazaar,

I’m here to share some information about sales tax transaction in QuickBooks Self-Employed.

QBSE mainly tracks business income and expenses. Right now, it doesn’t have an option to manage sales tax.

What you can do is only to categorize the transaction as taxable. Here’s an article for more details on how to deal with sales tax: How we approach sales tax.

To check which state your sales tax was paid, you can run a report to show all categorized as a taxable transaction. But then, the transaction should have a note to where it was taxed for it to be identified.

If you need to manage and calculate sales tax automatically, you can check out other versions of QuickBooks Online to which product is right for you. QuickBooks Online Comparison.

Please don’t hesitate to drop a comment below if you have other questions about sales tax in QBSE. Have a good day!

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