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If I cancel my subscription online will I still be able to access my data in the future for audit

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If I cancel my subscription online will I still be able to access my data in the future for audit

Let me provide you information about canceling your subscription, wgcenterprise.


You'll have read-only access to your QuickBooks Online (QBO) data for one year after you cancel your subscription. That's it's best to export your data in case you need them for future references. 


You can follow the steps below to export reports from QBO to Excel:

  1. Select Reports.
  2. Search for and select the report you want to export.
  3. At the top of the report, select the Export icon. Then select Export to Excel.
  4. Save the file somewhere you can easily find, like your Downloads folder or your desktop.

If you’re missing information when you open the report in Excel, the file's in protected view. In Excel, you’ll have to select Enable Editing to view the full report.


For your reference, you can also export non-posting transactions and attachments in QuickBooks Online. Here's an article for your guide: Export Reports, List, And Other Data From QuickBooks Online.


You may also want to resubscribe or reactive QBO before it reaches a year so you'll be able to log in to your account and access them if you haven't exported them yet.


Please let me know if you have any other concerns. I'll always make sure to help you need any assistance with QuickBooks.

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