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  • QBSE and what category to use for these?

    From the answer: Hello, Thank you for your question.... Regarding the pension income are you wanting to class this a personal income separate from the business?

  • Strange enlarged invoice format at sending

    From the answer: Hi Karsty,   I might have figured it out.... Please point out with gusto if i haven't!... Go into your Account & Settings, select the option on the left for Sales, and look for the subsection Online Delivery.

  • Can’t log in

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  • How do we include the 'cost of sales' formula in Quickbooks? (deducting value of stock at end of year to calculate allowable expenses for tax return)

    From the answer: I'll need to calculate the stock value and deduct it from COGS myself by manually excluding some of the expenses at the end of the year, to the total of the ammount I can't claim for?

  • Business Income

    From the answer: Welcome to the Community.... I'm here to assist you with any question you may have concerning QuickBooks Self-Employed.

  • QB self Employed - cash basis accounting

    From the answer: Hello 888willis,   QuickBooks Self Employed is set up for cash basis.... Please let us know if you have any further questions.

  • 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.

  • Business Income not showing in "Tax Summary"

    From the answer: Hi John1971,   Categorizing transactions from bank, or entering and categorizing them manually should work the same.

  • Can i add FIXED ASSETTS to the chart of accounts in QB self employed version ?

    From the answer: No you can not do that in QBSE QBSE does not allow for any new accounts (categories) to be created QBSE does not have sales receipts, only invoices QBSE does not have the class function QBSE does not do recurring transactions QBSE does not keep a cus

  • Manual income entry

    From the answer: Hi there, LucasPugh.... You need to enter the total amount of the income because you also need record the business expenses.

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