When upgrading to the small business QB can you migrate your data over and verify transaction categories at the same time? Simple QB doesnt have the correct categories

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Hello there, mrjasonreid,

Migrating data over to QuickBooks Online is unavailable. You can export the transactions from QB Self-Employed and import it manually. Also, QBO doesn't offer the same categories as QBSE does. QBO focus on small business owners while QBSE offers categories that match with IRS Schedule C form for self-employed individuals.

Here's how you can download your transactions:

  1. Click Transactions on the left pane.
  2. Select the filters you want to change.
  3. Click the download button at the top-right.

Check this article on how to import transactions to QBO: How to import bank transactions using Excel CSV files.

You can check out this comparison chart: https://quickbooks.intuit.com/aag/accountants/compchart/.

Stay in touch with me if you want to know more about QBO.

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