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  • Invite/remove an accountant in QuickBooks Self-Employed

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

  • 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.

  • Error 108

    From the article: Error 108 means there's a message on your bank's website that requires you to take action.... Some examples are: New terms of service A special offer An announcement regarding maintenance or other site changes To resolve the error, sign in to your bank's

  • 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.

  • What happens when you send an invoice?

    From the article: Sent your first invoice?... Congrats!... Here's what to expect: For the recipient The recipient will receive an email that says you've sent them an invoice.

  • Error 102

    From the article: Error 102 usually means your bank's website is experiencing technical difficulties, undergoing maintenance or there is a server issue with the data transfer between us and the bank's website.

  • Schedule C: Other business expenses

    From the article: Here's where you’ll list other business-related expenses that haven't been entered in a previous category.

  • Transfers: Credit Card Payment

    From the article: Use this category for transactions where you're making a credit card payment.... These types of transactions aren't business expenses because you're not purchasing anything for your self-employed work; you're making a payment.

  • Schedule C: Repairs and maintenance

    From the article:  As a general rule-of-thumb, home office repairs and upkeep are deductible.... Heads up : Replacements or upgrades that add value to your property would be considered assets, not repair and maintenance.

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