Self employed lost everything Its asking me to sign in as if im a new user. Please help i need it for my 1099

I have 2 accounts a self employed and a small business. I have had the self employed for 4 months now. Today the app or desk top is not working and its making me go through the set up again. How do I get all my info back and figure my taxes I use if for my 1099.

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Glad you've reached out to the Intuit Community, ben1776c,

I want to make sure that you’d able to access your free QuickBooks Self-Employed account for viewing 1099.

Here’s what you’ll need to do:

  1. Open a web browser.
  2. Use this link https://selfemployed.intuit.com/login.
  3. Make sure to log in using your QuickBooks Self-Employed login credentials when you sign up for the service.

If you’re unable to login, you can do a password reset to get back into your account.

Here’s how:

  1. Go to the Sign In page.
  2. Click the I forgot my User ID or Password link below the Sign in button.
  3. Enter the phone number, email or user ID associated to the account.
  4. Click Continue.
  5. Follow the rest of the instructions to retrieve your login credentials.

However, if still, you weren’t able to login to your account, I suggest contacting our QuickBooks Self-Employed support team so they can pull up and check your account.

To contact us, here’s how:

  1. Sign in to your QuickBooks Self-Employed account.
  2. Click Assistant at the top right.
  3. Type talk to human.
  4. Choose your preferred support method.

Please let me know how it goes, I’m still here whenever you need help. Have a great day!

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