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  • Bank Syncing

    From the answer: Hello Steve!   Welcome to Community.... Sorry to hear you are having trouble you are experiencing with QuickBooks Self Employed and your Bank account.

  • Invoices

    From the answer: Hi Nick,   You'll have to use the simple start product, to get the functionality you are looking for.

  • Invoices - recieving a copy to my email and marking PDF invoices as sent.

    From the answer: Hello Cwimmon_   If you send the invoice yourself outside of QuickBooks, you cannot mark the invoice as sent as this is updated automatically by the system.

  • invoice editing

    From the answer: Hi,  hillside.... Let’s check if this has something to do with your browser.... You can launch a private window then log in again to your QuickBooks Self-Employed account.

  • Can’t log in

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  • RE: Change QBSE subscription from Apple App to regular card/account payments

    From the answer: Hi Charlotte thanks for contacting Community.... We would be grateful if you can provide us with your email address relating to the Self Employed product, via Private Message on Facebook or DM Twitter to QuickBoosk UK so we can investigate the issue furt

  • Importing Santander Credit Card Transactions

    From the answer: Hello anneC,   Do you have access to Facebook or Twitter so you can private message us your email address and we can look into this further for you?

  • Importing Credit Card Transactions

    From the answer: Hi Danknight00372;   Thanks for Asking the Community!... Welcome to the page!... You need to log into your Online Banking account for your credit card, and check for any Terms and Conditions you need to sign, any unread messages in your account inbox, any ch

  • expenses

    From the answer: It's nice to see you in the Online Community, hunter6225.... I can help clarify why the transactions recorded in your account are showing as non-allowable expenses.

  • Connecting to HSBC

    From the answer: Let's isolate the issue, Jdruce.... First, let's open QuickBooks Self-employed using a private browser, then connect your HSBC account from there.

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