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I canceled my subscription to QB Plus. It is still active until 12/28/20. I subscribed to QB Self Employed. How do I make sure I am using the right one?

I do not want to start inputting all of my info only to lose it next month when QB Plus expires.
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I canceled my subscription to QB Plus. It is still active until 12/28/20. I subscribed to QB Self Employed. How do I make sure I am using the right one?

Hi @brandidawn98.

 

To ensure you're using the correct QuickBooks product, I'll share you the URL of each sign-in page.

 

 

You can also determine that you're using the right subscription by the user interface. QuickBooks Self-Employed have smaller functions and features than QuickBooks Online Plus.

 

Also, you're unable to migrate data from any QuickBooks Online version to QBSE. Other information may need to be filled in manually like the address, company name, and contact info.

 

When you import transactions to QuickBooks Self-Employed, you can either do it manually by uploading it with CSV or connect your accounts to online banking: Manually import transactions into QuickBooks Online.

 

Please tag me in your comment if you have other concerns. I'm always here to help. Take care, brandidawn98.

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