I am using the Self Employed version of QB and wanted to reconcile my bank account, is there a way to do this?


Hi there, luvinlife1001,

Let me help share information about the features available in QuickBooks Self-Employed.

Currently, Bank Reconciliation is not supported by QuickBooks Self-Employed. As Self-Employed, what you can do is to track your business-related expenses and categorize them as per ATO.

This feature is available in QuickBooks Online. You may also want to check other QuickBooks versions which have this feature. Here’s a comparison: https://quickbooks.intuit.com/au/pricing/.

We're always looking for ways to improve QuickBooks Self-Employed, so we appreciate you sharing your ideas. Need not to worry, I will forward this request to our product engineers so they may consider this for future upgrades.

To for more information on what you can do in QBSE, you can check out our community page: https://community.intuit.com/quickbooks-self-employed-au.

I also suggest that you leave feedback to let them know that this is the feature you’re looking for. To send feedback, just click on this link: QuickBooks Feedback.

If there’s anything else you need help with in managing your QuickBooks Self-Employed account, please feel free to reach back out.

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