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  • How we approach sales tax

    From the article: Managing sales tax requires a little bit of effort, but not too much.... Here's how to deal with sales tax in our app.

  • Why your data doesn't start on January 1

    From the article: It would make tidy financial housekeeping if we could start your data from January 1.... But when you create your account and connect your banks and credit cards, we pull as much of your transaction data as we can.

  • Transfers: Owner's Deposit

    From the article: Use this category for deposits where you add your own money to your self-employed finances.... This type of deposit differs from business income because it's not money that was paid to you by someone else for work you did.

  • Access an account with an incorrect email address

    From the article: Do you no longer have access to the email you signed up with?... This can happen if you signed up with an email address that you later closed or if there was a typo in the email address.

  • About SA103F Categories

    From the article: This article describes the SA103F deduction categories you can claim as allowable expenses for self-employment.

  • Manually add miles in the mobile app

    From the article: If you decide to disable automatic mileage tracking, you can still add your work-related drives easily in the mobile app.

  • Automatic mileage tracking overview (mobile-only)

    From the article: You don't have to enter your mileage manually anymore (although you can, if you really like typing).... We can now use your location to track your trips automatically.

  • Transactions page versus Self-Assessment Summary page

    From the article: Your Self-Assessment report summarizes all transactions that you have entered under each specific   SA103F Categories .

  • Etsy billing charges

    From the article: Etsy billing charges in the United Kingdom Sometimes things get lost in translation.... Unfortunately, our system downloaded Etsy bill charges under the wrong currency for our customers in the United Kingdom.

  • Bank Error 185

    From the article: Error 185 usually means that your financial institution requires more information than we can store.... This error is common with certain Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) account types, which means that there's an additional security requirement beyond

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