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  • Sales Tax on QBSE

    From the answer: Hello there, @MohicanMomma .... Thank you for joining the QuickBooks Community.... I'd be happy to help share some information about tracking sales tax in QuickBooks Self-Employed (QBSE).

  • zero help on phone 4 hours 2 dead batteries no one ever awswered

    From the answer: Thanks for bringing this matter to my attention, @scott111111111111111 .... It's time you got the help you need, and I'm just the guy for the job.

  • Online Payment - Is it active?

    From the answer: Good day, lisaepiphany.... I'm here to share what I know about receiving payments online in QuickBooks Self-Employed.

  • Changing Inc to LLC

    From the answer: You've come to the right place,  Ruchelgirl .... I have just the steps you'll need to stop using the old business records and start fresh while using the same customer base.

  • Indirect Rollover

    From the answer: Your $2k is Required Withholding.... You will get 1099-R from the entity making the withdrawal, and a 5498 from the entity getting the deposit.


    From the answer: Hello gallo06ss, Welcome to the QuickBooks Community.... I’m here to provide insights about how the program handles taxes and guide you through filing the Oregon State Transit Tax.

  • Bank import goes way back and imports thousands of past transactions

    From the answer: Hello there, @IngeBerge .... I’m here to share some information importing bank transactions in QuickBooks Self-Employed.

  • QB SE wtih Turbo Tax

    From the answer: @KimberlyT

  • Transfer qbx files

    From the answer: Your tag indicates that you are using QBO but an accountant QBX file is for desktop.... If that is what you are using, you can email it to your accountant or transfer it via Dropbox or a remote sharing app like TeamViewer.

  • Tax owed amount goes up when entering expenses transactions

    From the answer: Hello there, @kat12 .... Let’s work together and figure out why your expenses aren’t correctly affecting your estimated taxes.

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