My Mileage tracker cannot give me an address only streets (they aren't even correct). How am I supposed to create rules, if it cannot register a street address?

My mileage tracker cannot track addresses, only street names.  Mileage tracking rules do not work because of this. 


Hello there, makemeover911,

QuickBooks Self-Employed mileage tracker provides the address of your current location. Also, there's no option to create rules for mileage. If the app records an incorrect address, you can edit the information. Let's also make sure that the app is up to date to avoid this.

Here's how:

  1. Tap on the App Store icon.
  2. Tap the Updates icon in the bottom right corner of the screen.
  3. Tap the Update button of the QBSE app.
  4. Enter your password and wait for the app to finish the update.

If you're using the Android version, check here:

If you have the updated version and the app is still recording an incorrect address, I recommend contacting QBSE Support. Follow the steps below:

  1. Click the Help button.
  2. Click Contact us.
  3. Enter a question or keyword, then click Continue.
  4. Select Start a chat.
  5. Enter your information and click Chat now.

If any other concerns arise, please feel free to post at any time.

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