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  • Etsy QuickBooks Self Employed will not import information

    From the answer: Hi Annette1,   Thanks for being a part of the QuickBooks family!... QuickBooks Self-Employed is great for the on-the-go work of those who work for themselves.

  • Closing a suspended Quickbooks Account

    From the answer: Hi houghj3,   I want to make sure you don't receive further unwanted charges and can explain in more detail what's going on.

  • .csv import

    From the answer: Hello there, confusedbusiness,   That's weird, let's edit your .CSV file into a 4-column template.... Instead of negative amounts for expenses, please edit your .CSV file and add columns Debit and Credit.

  • How to use Online Banking, Connect Bank Accounts, and Review your Bank Feed in QuickBooks Online

    From the answer: It’s great to see you in the Intuit Community, Gloriajo.... Thanks for considering using QuickBooks in Taiwan.

  • Adding manual trips not working

    From the answer: Hi Brian2k7,   I appreciate how you explained everything in details.... However, you've already done everything that I can advise you to do here like clearing the cache and switching to other browsers.

  • Mileage

    From the answer: Hello tesscom,   I hope you're enjoying QuickBooks Self-Employed so far and the ease of having the automatic mileage turned on.

  • importing data from bank

    From the answer: Hello,    It's essential that you can import your bank transactions to reflect the proper date.... This will be necessary when it comes time to reconcile.

  • Rerurn

    From the answer: Hello New Look Landscapes,   Thanks for being a member of the QuickBooks family.... I'll be happy to help with entering your transactions.

  • Quarterly GST?

    From the answer: Hello  KAMGS ,   You can use the Profit and Loss report and filter the date to see the quarterly expense.

  • how do you enter a loan in quickbooks self-employed

    From the answer: Hello there, CAML,   Chart of Accounts is unavailable in QuickBooks Self-Employed.... When tracking your business loan, only the loan interest is deductible.

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