New user here! How do I tell QB I already did my taxes for 2018? How do I tell QB to forget my 2018 transactions since I went from DBA to LLC?

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Glad to have you here, Kirby.

QuickBooks Self-Employed will count your income and expenses based on a quarterly and annual basis. The transactions from 2018 will not impact the calculation for the taxes for this year. 

Though, you can record the 2018 tax payments QuickBooks for QuickBooks to recognize that taxes were already paid.

Here's how:

  1. Go to the Transaction page.
  2. On the right side above the list transactions, select Add Transaction (under Connect Account).
  3. Enter all other details.
  4. Select Taxes and Licenses, then select Estimated Taxes.
  5. Click Save.

You can also go through the process of tax payment in QBSE and select the voucher option. This will allow you to record the payment without sending it again to the IRS. 

Open this article and select the Mail Payment option: https://community.intuit.com/articles/1761673-pay-federal-estimated-quarterly-taxes

Keep me posted if there's anything else I can help you with.

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