started 30 day trail for self employed but need to switch to a business plan. email/user id is attached to self employed and I can get it to switch

I want to try the $40 business plan. I am a small business but the self employed does not have some of the functions I need like loans and shareholder withdrawl options. I downloaded my bank statements and started trying differnt things when I noticed i should have gone with a differnt plan.

My email/user name is attached to this self employed and I cant delete the one acct and switch. I dont care about the data as it was all practice and all importing of statements that I can do again. 

Can you switch me to the business plan to keep trying to make sure this is the software I want. 

your already better than sage as they dont even recognize Canadian western is a bank

Guess I cant leave a contact number so pls email me with solution


@cwilson, you cannot "switch" plans from QBSE, you have to cancel it (after printing/downloading all reports) and subscribe to the new plan (then manually enter your previous data).

Have you canceled your QBSE plan?

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