Hi, I just started using Quickbooks Self Employed, and It says it's tracking 2019. I need it to do 2018 as well, Is this possible?

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Glad to see you here, seoron.

Let me provide you the information that you need about tracking in QuickBooks Self-Employed.

Are you referring to your 2018 transactions? If yes, it's possible in QBSE. You can manually enter those transactions and or import it to your account through a CSV file. Then, you’d review those transactions by filtering the date and set it to Last year (1st screenshot).The system will also calculate estimated taxes for your self-employment. 

Here's how to manually add a transaction:

  1. Go to your Transactions tab.
  2. Click the Add transaction button.
  3. Provide the necessary information for this transaction. 
  4. Click Save

I've added a screenshot for your reference. Check this add a new transaction in QuickBooks Self-Employed article for more information. 

These topics can also help you get going: https://community.intuit.com/quickbooks-self-employed

That should help you track your data from 2018. If you have any other questions or would like me to clarify anything else in adding your transactions, don't hesitate to leave a comment below. I am always glad to help in any way I can.​ Take care and enjoy the weekend. 

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