I'm here to discuss a few insights about your QuickBooks login credentials.
At Intuit, you'll have one set of login credentials for all accounts (any products) if you've subscribed them using a single email address. If you want to have a separate email and password to one of your accounts, you can submit an email change request.
Please note that this would take 3–4 business hours (8 AM – 5 PM PT) to complete the process. Right after your request is approved, you can have separate login credentials of QuickBooks and your TurboTax.
Feel free to read this article to learn more about sending an email change request: How to Submit an Email Change Request?
You can leave a comment below or start a new conversation if you have any other questions.
I want my personal employee file in ViewMyPaycheck (jennifer@xxxxxx) to be SEPARATE from our corporate product subscription login (finance@xxxxxx) (I am the Financial Controller) but every time I change the email on one side, it changes them both and they are still linked. Your email change request does not solve this issue. Please help.
Hello there, @Mrs Beans.
Thanks for joining this thread and trying the recommendation given by my colleague. Allow me to share some insights about Intuit logins.
An Intuit account allows you to access multiple sites and products with one user ID and password. Just a reminder that if you already have one, we'll prompt you to use that account to sign up for ViewMyPaycheck.
These account logins are linked and are the reason why changing the email on one side will change the others.
For future reference, I recommend checking the links below:
If you need further assistance, you can reach out to our phone support. Pulling up your account and verifying your settings will require your company credentials, which I'm unable to ask in this public forum.
Our QBO Customer Care Team can provide you with more options while maintaining your company's privacy.
That should get you going today, @Mrs Beans. Let me know the outcome by leaving a comment below. I'm still here to offer more help if you have other questions. Have a good one.
@HoneyLynn_G , one is for my PERSONAL information and one is for the information for the company I work for. They should not be linked in any case. I am an employee receiving a paycheck in one instance, and an administrator of the account in another. How do I permanently UNLINK them?
Thanks for getting back to the QuickBooks Community, @Mrs Beans.
Allow me to step in and help change your company email address in QuickBooks Desktop.
If you're trying to change the email address associated with the company which you'll receive the notifications about the billing contact in the account, please follow these steps below:
For additional reference, you can check this article on how to update email address.
This should get you on the right track. Feel me in if you have additional questions about changing email address. I'm always here to help you out. Have a good day.
I am having the same issue - my personal TurboTax account was automatically linked with a business Quickbooks Online account I used to be associated with (must have been due to my email address associated with both accounts). They should have never been linked together as they have separate tax id numbers. So now the new treasurer of the Quickbooks business account has complete access to my personal tax return. This seems like a breach of personal data to me...
I have the same issue - my personal TurboTax account was automatically linked with a business Quickbooks Online account I was formerly associated with (must be because my email address was associated with both accounts). The two accounts should have never been linked since they are for two separate entities and tax id numbers. So now the new treasurer of the business Quickbooks account has complete access to my personal tax returns (she updated the login credentials and users). I no longer have access to my own personal data and returns, but a stranger does. I have no idea how this was even possible. This seems like a data breach to me.
I'll share some information about QuickBooks login credentials, Miss Sara.
Your QuickBooks Online and TurboTax are linked since we use the same email address upon registering for the programs. Since the new user of the Quickbooks account made changes to the login credentials, we'll need to contact that user and ask for the updated credentials so that you'll be able to log in to your TurboTax account.
At the same time, we can submit an Email Change Request so that you'll have separate login credentials for the two programs. Before diving in, let's make sure to secure a copy of one of these forms of photo ID for verification purposes:
When you're ready, you can refer to this link in submitting your request: Update your email to maintain access to QuickBooks.
Please know that this process would take 3–4 business hours (8 AM – 5 PM PT) to complete. Then, you’ll receive an update via email from email@example.com with the next steps.
To learn more about these procedures, you can read this article: Change the email address you use to sign in.
We're open here 24/7 and always ready to help. Don't hesitate to visit us again if you need more help in managing your accounts.
I have the same issue. What If I don't want these linked?
I'm now not able to login to QBO and now I have to jump thru hoops to fix something Intuit screwed up??
How is that good customer service?
Thanks for joining in on the thread, mattpmoo.
If you still need additional assistance with the linked accounts, I'd recommend reaching out to our Customer Care Team. they can pull up and update the email addresses connected to your accounts.
Please let us know if you need anything else.
The email request form Intuit keeps posting as a solution does not solve the issue. QB and TT login credentials are linked under one Intuit Global account. Intuit linked TT and QB automatically for some reason even though one is personal and the other is a separate corporation. If I change the login for QB, it automatically changes in TT and vice versa. My personal tax return in TT needs to have it's own Intuit account login associated with it, and the company QB needs to have a separate Intuit login. How do you unsync, unlink, and separate the TT from QB??
This isn't the kind of experience that we want you to have, Miss Sara.
As of now, we're unable to unlink your TurboTax from your QuickBooks credentials. However, I have a workaround that you may want to consider.
We can create another Intuit account. This way, your Intuit information will not automatically update across all your other Intuit accounts.
Rest assured, I'll take note of this product suggestion.
I've also added this article for some FAQs about your Intuit account: FAQ - Account Creation.
Feel free to get back to me if there's anything that I can help. Keep safe!