I've recently just bought QuickBooks Self-Employed and i'm just looking at the business income that has been pulled directly from my Bank Accounts, a lot of the pay i earn has already been taxed before it is paid to me via CIS, i am just wondering whether or not Quick books automatically takes into account the tax deduction or will i have to manually input the full payments before the CIS has been taken in order for Quick books to give me an accurate tax reading?
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Right now, the Self-Employed version of QuickBooks doesn't support and track CIS payments. Since these payments are happening outside the system, it'll not auto-calculate the deduction for CIS if you enter them after the taxed amount.
The time QuickBooks will only include the amount on the tax calculations are if you enter the full payment manually and tag them as Business Income. The system will then automatically account /include that income when calculating your income tax.
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