Hi robhenderson, you can create a new subscription for this from our website - if you're looking to use the same email, just select the option for 'Already have an account? Sign in' after selecting your desired plan to create the account using your existing User ID & password. This way, you'll see both companies when logging in, and can easily switch between the two.
I am a soul trader, a graphic designer and I have started dog walking. I need to add the dog walking as a 2nd business when doing my tax return. How do I do this without having to have 2 accounts? I want to be able to isolate the income and outgoings for the dog walking within my existing account so only one set of bank records. It was suggested to upgrade to the Simple Start plan, but I can not find any information on the functions within this plan to do what I need. Also the Simple Start plan does not have the Business / personal option listed within its features....
Your best option is to signup for a new QBSE or QBO Simple Start account for your second business. Keep in mind, you are not allowed to use the same email address if you have used it for your first QBSE account. Another option, signup for QBO Plus to utilize the Location feature to separate your business.
Hay. I already have a QBSE that I have been using for my graphic design. My main concern is that if I open another QB account that I will have to do twice the amount of work in regards to managing my bank accounts and categorizing / splitting the income - that could also lead to cross over and mistakes.
What does QBO offer? Can I manage both in one place with this?
@stephanie young wrote:
I don't really understand and I can not find any videos to explain how to do this.
I can share a YouTube video link explaining a workaround for managing multiple businesses in one QBO Plus account. Please note, the video creator was using QBO US version but you might get the idea. Contact me in private for details.
ok yes please. But is there a way of doing this without using the QB Plus? It is quite expensive and I am only a small soul trader not a massive corporation.
One thing I was thinking was to just add a rule 'Barking Banana" (that is the DW name) Could that work? At least it would separate it for me in the final report?