Author: Carrie Smith Nicholson
As someone who was a small business accountant for over 10 years, I’ve had a lot of experience with Intuit’s QuickBooks software .
And to be honest I never really liked QuickBooks . The desktop software was clunky and geared more towards inventory-based businesses.
But as the years have progressed so have the offerings from different Intuit programs. Now they offer QuickBooks Online and a newer QuickBooks Self-Employed for small business owners.
Both of these are more innovative with features that have evolved with how we do business today.
As freelancers we have a lot of options to choose the best accounting software. From FreshBooks Cloud Accounting , to GoDaddy Bookkeeping , to Xero Accounting , and now QuickBooks Self-Employed. So I’m throwing away my past conceptions about QuickBooks and diving into their new service: QuickBooks Self-Employed.
Here is my honest review! Learn how you can use it to keep both your personal and business finances organized and tax-compliant. What is QuickBooks Self-Employed?
You’re likely already familiar with the traditional QuickBooks Online, so what makes QuickBooks Self-Employed different? Well, it’s basically a much better and simpler version of QuickBooks Online. And it has a very specific focus on small businesses and self-employed individuals.As a sole-proprietor you probably mix your business and personal transactions interchangeably. You are YOUR business (at least for tax purposes) and this fact can get a bit messy at tax time. QuickBooks […]