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    From the article: QuickBooks Self-Employed users can now invite an accountant to access their data via QuickBooks Online Accountant.

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    From the article: When you use our products, you accept a license agreement or a terms of service agreement that specifies how you may use the product and what your rights are as a customer.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Estimated taxes explained

    From the article: What the heck are estimated taxes?... Here’s a rundown.... The IRS has two basic ways of taxing a person's income: Withholding .

  • 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.

  • Square footage: Why it matters for your home office

    From the article: There are two ways to calculate a home office deduction, and both are based on square footage.... Be prepared to measure your space.

  • Income: Business Income

    From the article: Any positive transaction (deposit) you mark as Business is considered business income.... Business income is part of the calculations we do for estimated taxes, so it should only include money that comes from your self-employed work.

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