I no longer have Quickbooks app on my phone because I now have a job where I don’t travel (used to keep up with mileage) but I need to access Jan-Mar 2018 for taxes.

No longer paying monthly fee for Quickbooks Self employed but need to access mileage from earlier in 2018 for taxes. How can I access this info and not pay the monthly fee. 


Hello there, oibfishhouse,

You need to reach out to our QuickBooks Self-Employed Support to get your 2018 mileage data. Then use it to file your 2018 taxes.

They can help retrieve your file from January to March 2018 so you can file your taxes right on time.

That'll let you get your 2018 mileage report, oibfishhouse. Please let me know if you need further assistance in retrieving your QuickBooks Self-Employed data. I'm just around if you need help.

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