Best QuickBooks Self-Employed Features

Here are the Best QuickBooks Self-Employed Features.

1. You can split individual expenses between business and personal.
2. It’s easy to create rules based on purchases and payments.
3. It automatically predicts taxes owed.
4. The dashboard is well designed.
5. You can send invoices and process payments online.

The QuickBooks Self-Employed dashboard is not like a QuickBooks Online dashboard. The clean design makes it easy to navigate and the upper left corner main menu allows quick access to Home, Transactions, Miles, Taxes, Reports and Invoices. Dashboard snapshots have the same items in the main menu, plus Profit and Loss, Expenses, Accounts (with banking and credit card balances) and Estimated Taxes Due.

When you log in to the dashboard, there is a to-do list of anything pending. QuickBooks Self Employed is an Intuit product, so it is easy to sync with TurboTax. You can do a lot of tax preparation directly through QuickBooks Self Employed. The dashboard has a time-sensitive Tax Checklist, so you should not pay an accountant for last minute taxes

QuickBooks Self-Employed is not perfect, but it is close. What it offers, for only $5 to $10 a month (50% discounts for the first three months) makes it a no-brainer for freelancers wanting to take their business to the next level. For TurboTax users, it makes tax prep faster. Being able to predict taxes you owe automatically saves major time and stress.

For an all-in-one solution to your accounting needs, give it a try. For extra functionality later, you can upgrade to QuickBooks Online Simple Start or Essentials ($15 to $40 a month after three months).

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