in quick book self employed, my 2018 sheets are showing/ How do I star the new year with clean sheets for 2019?

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And if you had started using the program in 2017 your 2017 "sheets" would be showing as well. There is no starting a year from scratch disregarding last year's business and the year before that , etc. Everything is date driven so any reports or upload to turbotax for taxes is restricted to activities relevant to the correct year. You can close a previous period so that you do not accidentally record this years data as last year but the only way to acheive what you think you want is to start a brand new subscription on January 1 of each year, still maintaining the old subscription until you no longer need the data - usually 3 years or more

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