Hi, I've looked at forum posts about connecting Stripe to my QB self employed, and when I follow the steps of putting my Stripe URL in, it says can't find bank.

When putting my Stripe url into the bank account search box in QB self-employed, it says can't find bank and then to request support. Can I connect my Stripe to QB Self-Employed still?


Hello there, micahwferrell,

Currently, integrating Stripe with QuickBooks Self-Employed is not possible. As a workaround, you can manually import your bank transactions using a CSV file.

Here's how:

  1. Go to the Gear icon.
  2. Select Imports under Transactions.
  3. Follow the instructions onscreen to finish importing your data.
  4. Select Import.

However, you can also make a request to let us know that you want to add Stripe in the list of our supported banks. Kindly follow these steps:

  1. Go to the Gear icon.
  2. Select Bank accounts under Transactions.
  3. Click the + Connect another account button.
  4. Enter Stripe's URL in the search box.
  5. Select the Request to add your bank button.
  6. Enter the bank URL, bank name, and your email address (if required).
  7. Select Request.

I've attached screenshots below for your better view.

Here's an article that'll provide the detailed steps and helpful tips to successfully connect a bank account: Problems Finding a Bank.

If you wish to connect another bank account, this article will guide you through the steps you need to take: Connect a Bank Account.

Please let me know if you have other banking concerns. I'm just around if you need further help.

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