I'll be glad to help you record your income, I GET PAID BY RSTI,
In QuickBooks Self-Employed, you can only record your final income and expenses.
In this case, since what was deposited in your account is less than the actual income, you can record the remaining amount in your Transactions list as a separate transaction.
On the other hand, you can record your deductions as separate transactions as well if they are considered as business expenses.
Feel free to reach out if you have more questions.
YEH I DID THAT BUT THE AMOUNT I GET IN MY ACCOUNT IS LESS THAN THE AMOUNT I ACTUALLY EARN AND SHOWS UP AS I AM ONLY EARNING THAT AMOUNT NOT MY ACTUAL AMOUNT
FOR EXAMPLE ON THE RCTI THE TOTAL AMOUNT I EARN IS $7000.00 AND AFTER TRUCK REPAYMENTS, REPAIRS AND FUEL I ONLY RECEIVE $2500.00 AND WHEN I ENTER THE EXPENSE IT TAKE IT OUT OF THE $2500.00 AS WELL AS ANY WAGES I PAY TO MY DRIVERS. WHICH SHOWS UP AS A LOSS OF $4400.00 WHEN IT SHOULD BE A PROFIT OF $100.00
Thanks for coming back to the Intuit Community, I GET PAID BY RSTI.
Allow me to chime in and guide you in the right direction about recording your expense and income transactions.
The Split feature in QuickBooks Self-Employed is currently designed to break down transactions of the same category type. As a workaround, you can initially separate the income into Business and Personal.
To do this task, you'll have to split the transactions. Once done, mark the personal transaction as Excluded to remove it.
Then, manually enter the expenses one at a time on the Transactions page to track them. I’m also adding a link with detailed information about the Split and Exclude features in QBSE.
Please know personal transactions are not included on the calculation of estimated taxes. I still suggest you contact your accountant for suggestions and recommendations on how to properly handle the income and expenses in your account.
This should help you move forward. If you have any follow-up questions or concerns, leave me a comment. I’ll be right here to assist further.