In Quickbooks Self-Employed, what is the category for fee to on payment by credit card. (I use GoPayment). My part is income. How do I categorized the fee I am charged?


    Good to see you here, libertydoc.

    Let me share to you my knowledge about the categories in QuickBooks Self-Employed (QBSE).

    There are a lot of categories that you can choose from when categorizing your transactions in QuickBooks Self-Employed. For more information about our categories, here are some helpful articles:

    For guidance in categorizing your transactions, I suggest consulting an Accountant or a Tax professional. They can help you select the category that will match this disposal of green waste.

    That should do it. If you have follow-up questions about your QBSE account, let me know by leaving a comment below. I'm always glad to help in any way I can. Have a great week. 

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