• QuickBooks Self-Employed overview for accountants

    From the article: Today, self-employed individuals struggle with tracking income and expenses associated with their work.

  • QBOA & QBSE Integration HUB

    From the article: ◀ Go back to Accountant Help Hub FAQs QuickBooks Self-Employed was built specifically for Schedule C tax clients, so they can stay organized and on top of their business finances all year long.

  • Mileage syncing

    From the article: Does mileage on the mobile app sync to the web?... You betcha.... Tracked trips automatically sync to the web product.

  • 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.

  • Use our product as a self-employment ledger

    From the article: You can use this application as a self-employment ledger.... Basically, a ledger is a bookkeeping tool to record info about money received and paid out.

  • View annual tax information in the mobile app

    From the article: On the Home tab, you will be able to view charts of your business profit for the current tax year, total business mileage, and your top deductions.

  • How we calculate estimated tax payments

    From the article: Our calculations are based on three main things: Your  self-employment income and deductions —the money you make and the deductions you're allowed for your self-employed work Projections of your self-employed income and deductions over the current ca

  • Who needs to pay estimated taxes?

    From the article: The IRS has (not surprisingly) some fairly complex rules about who must make quarterly tax payments.... Generally, you must pay if you expect to owe $1000 or more in taxes by the end of the year.

  • Income: Personal Income

    From the article: Any positive transaction (deposit) you mark as Personal falls into the Personal Income bucket.... Personal income should be any positive amount deposited to your accounts that doesn't come from your self-employed work.

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