I am looking at my taxes and have not made any money to cover all of my expenses. I want to know if I owe any taxes at this time?


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Finding and helping you pay your taxes is my priority. Let me help you sort things out.

The taxes you owe depends on how you categorized the transactions in your QuickBooks Self-Employed. Once the transactions are categorized properly, the system will automatically calculate the estimated taxes that need to pay.

To find what your estimated payments will be, here's how:

  1. Click Taxes in the left panel.
  2. Select the Quarterly option.

The following articles will help guide you more about taxes in QuickBooks Self-Employed:

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