how do you list start up costs of my business?

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Glad to see you here, donnagardnerlmt.

I'm here to share the things that you need to know about QuickBooks Self-Employed.

Are you trying to categorize a deposit or the start-up costs of your business for your self-employed finances? If yes, you can have it as Personal Deposit. These are amounts from your personal funds that you'll add to your self-employed business funds. Check this Owner's Deposit article for more information about this. 

There are also a lot of categories you can choose from when sorting your transactions. See this category types for income and expenses article for more information. Also, if you're still new to QBSE, these topics can help you get going: https://community.intuit.com/quickbooks-self-employed.

That's it. Let me know if you mean something else or have follow-up questions about categorizing your transactions in QBSE by leaving a comment below. I'm always here to help. Have a great rest of the day.

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