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  • Duplicate Invoice numbers in error

    From the answer: Hello CompletelyPC,   Does it also auto-fill any other information on the invoice, or is it just the number?

  • Connecting bank accounts

    From the answer: Hi Phoenixdad,   Thanks for your post.... This is a common thing experienced, and its caused by the way our connection currently speaks to your bank.

  • Quick books self employed - add product or service box

    From the answer: Hello Dwma1970,   Could you please send over an example of the text you are entering into this box?... Thanks,   Talia

  • Mileage CSV import

    From the answer: Hello NeilSSP,   Unfortunately there is no way to import normal CSV files.... It would be a case of adding these trips manually.

  • CIS in QuickBooks Self Employed

    From the answer: Hello Andy Bates,   CIS is only a feature offered in our Small Business products, not Self Employed.... If you need to use this feature, you will have to cancel you self employed account and take out an Online subscription.

  • Delivery Driver Expenses

    From the answer: Hi Philipab3,   QuickBooks Self-Employed uses the simplified expense method to calculate the travel expense.

  • Sales invoice

    From the answer: Hi Malcolm thanks for posting on Community.... If you are using the web browser to access your account by selecting the drop down menu you will then see a Edit option this way you can amend and resend the invoice.

  • Lloyds sync

    From the answer: Hi Janey1   The 187 message usually appears if a security question is answered incorrectly.... Do you  have pin sentry or a memorable word/password set up as extra security with Lloyds?


    From the answer: Thanks for your interest in QuickBoks Self-Employed (QBSE), Brakey,   Let me help share information on how to avail the discounted price in QBSE.

  • Cash payments

    From the answer: Hello Andrewkerr81,   You can record these payments through a sales receipt.... You can also set up a cash account through your chart of accounts to show you receiving the payment in cash rather than straight to your bank, which you will then be able to

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