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  • Changed Business Bank Account and LOST all history.

    From the answer: Hello Dannyle1,   Did you delete the bank account from your chart of accounts after disconnecting?   Thanks,   Talia

  • Activation

    From the answer: Hello Laura 13,   Welcome to the Community - thank you for your question!... Are you using QuickBooks Online or Self Employed?

  • Sending PDF invoice from QuickBooks Self Employed

    From the answer: Hello there, ,    The program is a cloud-based system and we value data security thus it requires your customer to click many links to open the full invoice.

  • Import from excel to QB Self Employed

    From the answer: Thanks for taking the time to post here in the Community, .... Yes, I can guide you through importing transactions from Excel into the program.

  • Dog walker insurance premium transactions not being allowable expense

    From the answer: Thanks for the response, rebeccajturner.... Allow me to chime in and clarify why the dog walker insurance premium is tracked as disallowable expense.

  • How to categorise transactions

    From the answer: Hi Dan74   You could enter the transactions under Office supplies/equipment or Other business expenses.

  • cancel trail

    From the answer: Hi there, greengardener,   Thank you for using QuickBooks Self-Employed.... Glad to be part of what your business needs.

  • pension deductions

    From the answer: Hello Ian file,   Welcome to the Community - thank you for your question!... Which version of payroll are you using, QuickBooks Payroll or PaySuite?

  • Edit Draft invoice

    From the answer: I appreciate your time visiting the Intuit Community, nsw1,   Let me get the help you need in creating Draft invoice.

  • Entering invoices and then matching a bank transaction to it

    From the answer: Let me give you an overview on how Online Banking works with QuickBooks Self-Employed, John.... When you connect your bank to QuickBooks Self-Employed, there are two ways to manage the downloaded bank transactions.

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