A pleasant day to you, @zjshongwe.
You've got me here to assist you with your concern today. If you're referring to deleting your QuickBooks Online company file and start over, you can do that if the account is less than 60 days.
Please know that this option is only available for QuickBooks Online Plus and Essentials versions.
To do that:
However, if the account is more than 90 days already, you'll need to cancel it and start a new subscription.
To cancel your account:
To start a new account:
You can also check out this link attached for more details about this process: Delete your data and start over in QuickBooks Online.
I've also added here a great article that contains some help articles with negativing QBO and its features: ZA QuickBooks Help Articles.
Let me know if you're referring to something else or if you have any other concerns by leaving a reply below. I'll make sure you're all set. Thanks for coming, and have a lovely day!
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I have a company listed under my account from a former employer. I no longer have a relationship with anyone at the company, and reaching out would cause unnecessary drama in my life - is there a way I can delete the company from my profile?
Thanks for chiming in on this thread, I-N-T-U-I-NOT.
Let me share some insights about the process.
When you're added as an admin in a company, you can try to delete your access. This helps remove the company from your list.
Furthermore, if you only see the View user activity option, this means that only the master admin can remove your access.
In situations where you no longer have a relationship with anyone at that company, I recommend contacting our Customer Care Team. They can help you out on how to handle this concern.
Here are the steps:
If you have the new QuickBooks Assistant help update, you can follow these steps:
To help manage your users in QuickBooks Online, please check out these articles:
Please let me know if you have further questions or need help with other concerns. I'm always around to help. Take care!
Answer is a HARD NO. I contacted customer support via chat, and they told me I have to go through the company admin. Any reason why QB can't fix this? I own my user account, not the company that I work for - I should be able to forcibly remove myself from an account... typical that INTUIT would get this wrong...
Yeah... WRONG. confirmed by customer support... Intuit can't remove my username from a company that I no longer want to be associated with. What if I don't want to contact that company? What if, like in this scenario, there was nearly a lawsuit between myself and that company, and I'm not looking to open up any closed doors - but just remove myself from the liability of being able to access or even be listed as having account access with that company? Why do I create my own user account that I can use across multiple companies if I don't have the ability to remove myself from any company at any time if I choose to do so?