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  • Choose the right version of QuickBooks

    Our product is for freelancers, independent contractors, home-based entrepreneurs, and consultants. It's...

  • Health Insurance Premiums

    If you meet certain criteria, you may be able to claim a self-employed health insurance deduction for...

  • Other categories: Entertainment

    Starting with the 2018 tax year, expenses for entertaining clients, prospects, or business associates...

  • Automatic mileage tracking in the mobile app

    You don't have to enter your mileage manually (although you can, if you really like typing). We use your...

  • Schedule C: Travel expenses

    This category is specific to the cost of business travel (not personal). This category does not include any...

  • Sales tax overview

    With the freedom of being self-employed comes the sole responsibility for paying sales tax, a...

  • How to file taxes when you have both 1099 and W-2 income in QuickBooks Self-Employed

    Here’s what to expect when you have both 1099 and W-2 income, and how to simplify your tax situation. The...

  • About late payments

    The IRS requires you to pay estimated taxes four times a year (unless you choose to pay up front for the...

  • Schedule C: Taxes and licenses

    Some tax and license fees are deductible as part of your self-employed work. Heads up: Tax-wise, your...

  • Cancel your QuickBooks Self-Employed subscription

    If QuickBooks Self-Employed isn’t quite right for your needs, you can cancel your subscription at any time...

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