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I have QB Self-Employed and am new to this service. How do I run sales tax liability so I can complete and pay my state quarterly sales tax form?

 
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I have QB Self-Employed and am new to this service. How do I run sales tax liability so I can complete and pay my state quarterly sales tax form?

Thanks for posting here, 6dark6weird6-gma.

 

Though QuickBooks Self-Employed tracks income from the products and services you sell, it doesn't automatically calculate sales tax.

 

You can track it manually by adding a sales tax line item each time you need to collect sales tax. Also, there's no report in QuickBooks Self-Employed that shows your sales tax liability. You'll want to review the invoices you manually added sales tax to.

 

Please check this link for more details: Manually track sales tax in QuickBooks Self-Employed.

 

I'll be here if you have more questions. Wishing you all the best!

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