Hello, can I customise the invoice layout in quickbooks self-employed? Thanks

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Thanks for reaching out to us, Dominic,

Invoicing in QuickBooks Self-Employed (QBSE) is designed to help you create professional-style invoices for billing your clients. With a few simple steps, you’ll conveniently charge your clients for performed labor or provided goods once your work is done.

The functionality that you’re asking for is currently unavailable. We're always looking for ways to improve QBSE, so we appreciate you sharing your ideas. I will forward this request to our product engineers so they may consider this for future upgrades.

I also suggest that you leave feedback to let them know that this is the feature you’re looking for. To send feedback, just click on this link: QuickBooks Feedback.

For more information on our Invoicing feature, please check this article: Easy invoicing in QuickBooks Self-Employed.

Please don’t hesitate to click the Add comment button below if you have other concerns about Invoice. I'm always here to lend a hand.

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