I want to use my business email for Quickbooks Self-Employed instead of my personal email address that I use for my tax returns. Is this possible?

I use my personal email address for my tax returns, but use a business email for all of my invoices, etc. I want to be able to forward my invoices for my business into Quick Books Self-Employed, but it is currently using my personal email account. I want to be able to upload all of the year's data into Turbotax next year, which would require my personal email address.

Is there a way to do both?

Answer

Good day, 13taps,

You can edit your work information for your business email address to appear on your invoices. This will not change the email address connected to your TurboTax account.

Here's how:

  1. Create a new invoice.
  2. Click Edit work info at the bottom.
  3. Change your email address, and click Save.

The business email address you've entered will be used on every invoice you'll create moving forward.

Let me know if there's anything else I can help you with.

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