I have the Quick Books Self-Employed/TurboTax bundle but started my taxes manually first and now can't export. Is there a way around this?


It's great to have you here, krista.garcia,

I’d like to share some solutions that can help with the issues you have about exporting data.

If I may ask, have you already completed the Tax Checklist in QuickBooks Self-Employed? If yes, it simply means you’ve already exported your data to TurboTax.

However, if you’re data didn’t show up in TurboTax Self-Employed after you initiated the export, I have here some solutions available for you. Here is a great resource that you can check on: My QuickBooks Self-Employed data didn’t show up in TurboTax Self-Employed

On the other hand, since the Community page is a public forum, I'd recommend reaching out to our QuickBooks Customer Care Support for them to check your account. They have the necessary tools to check and pull up your account in a secure environment.

Stay in touch with me if there’s anything else you need help with in exporting your data, I’m always here to help.

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