New free app and it’s asking for a quartly tax pmt I have never done this.I file all at the end of the yr. Can you tell me if this is only a suggestion or a mandatory pmt

I have always filed at the end of the year. Got the new free app and uploaded my receipts. It’s now telling me I need to submit a quarterly tax pmt. is this just a suggestion? I am not sure where this is coming from. 

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Thanks for taking the time to post here in the Community, bjohnson4717

Let’s remove the “Submit Quarterly Tax Payment” prompt message.

The system advises you to pay quarterly taxes to avoid paying a lot if you pay them annually.

Since you’ve already filed all the tax forms at the end of the year, you can just disregard it. If you’d want to stop the prompt message, you can manually record the tax payment in the app. Here’s how:

  1. Go to the Transactions tab at the bottom, then tap the Plus sign (+).
  2. Select Add expense manually.
  3. Set the date when you paid the tax payment.
  4. Enter the vendor and the amount.
  5. Under Business Category, select Estimated Taxes.
  6. Tap Save.

Please see the screenshots below to show you the second to the last steps.

For more information about taxes in QuickBooks Self-Employed, here are the helpful articles:

That should get you in the right direction, bjohnson4717. If you have other concerns, please let me know. I’ll be around to help. Have a great day!


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