I see I have a tax checklist and when i select the box for expenses, it is telling me to enter it and i have already have this entered under transactions and miles.


The tax checklist is designed to help you prepare all your information for tax filing, ylwashington.

Did you enter expense transactions for 2019? The current checklist that you can see in your account is for tax year 2018. Technically, the information that the app is looking if your expenses for 2018.

For 2018 annual taxes, the due date will be on October 15. If you will not be using the app to file your taxes, then you can just disregard it. That will automatically be dismissed from the account after the annual filing. 

You can check this QuickBooks Self-Employed - Annual Taxes Guide article for more information about the Tax Checklist.

Let me know if you still have questions about your tax checklist by leaving a comment below. I'm always here to assist. Have a great rest of the day. 

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