QuickBooks Self-Employed 4+

Mileage and Expense Tracker

Intuit Inc.

    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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For existing QuickBooks Self-Employed (QBSE) subscribers, download the QBSE mobile companion app. The QBSE mobile app is available at no additional charge for QBSE web subscribers and the data syncs across devices. Sign in with your existing QBSE credentials to start use immediately.

For a new QuickBooks subscription, go to the QuickBooks Accounting app to subscribe and access the new QuickBooks Solopreneur product, designed for one-person businesses: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/quickbooks-accounting/id584606479

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What’s New

Version 6.4.120

We squashed some bugs and made a few improvements behind the scenes.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
86.3K Ratings

86.3K Ratings

Swens311 ,

Excellent for managing tax expense deductions!

Overall its an excellent app and I don’t have any complaints, it makes managing expense transactions as well as your total mileage driven very simple, however, I do have one important request…….. I recommend updating the platform for a way to import CSV files, which then allows for you to import your existing mileage driven that has been kept track of on a different app prior to starting this “quickbooks” subscription. It’s a much simpler way to automate the process, as opposed to having to manually enter your past trip(s) mileage on a trip-by-trip basis…….that task is far too tedious & time-consuming to put up with. Given that it’s the 21st century and with all the technological advancements out there, you’d think there would already be a much simpler system in place that allows for the import & export of data! Automate it, so I can add my past mileage driven in 2023 to “QuickBooks”! Until that import/export system is developed, I won’t be able to eliminate the use of the MileIQ app that I’d been using previously, as it contains my past trip(s) mileage since the start of 2023. PLEASE MAKE IT HAPPEN, it should have already been put in place by now! Aside from that GLARING issue, the app is win-win. 👌🏼

Wickedlily18 ,

Used to be a great App

I am a business owner that has been using Quickbooks for over 3 years. Through these last three years I have tried Payroll, Mileage tracking, expense tracking. Pretty much every aspect other than time keeping. This last year the company has really gone down hill. The customer service is not trained properly, they know enough to transfer yoh to an expert which is usually someone in a department that can’t be reached directly because these experts are mostly outsourced to third party companies, when customer service does get involved they make mistakes and don’t follow through with corrections.
I waited 4 months for a payroll correction error to be handled by the supposed “experts” during this time I fell behind with my taxes because the IRS thought I owed several thousands more than I actually did. All this just to find out that they closed my case without notice or resolution and never told me.
When I called to get help again they just sent me to talk to the Bookkeeping Team which is a paid service. They offered to fix the mistake if I paid $1500. Basically in the end the payroll error was never fixed, I stopped using QuickBooks for payroll and have a massive tax issue in my hands that is still unresolved.
I recommend Quickbooks for very basic tracking and bookkeeping items and only if you are a small business otherwise you should look for a company that doesn’t outsource their services, including and most importantly Tax and Payroll corrections.

Developer Response ,

We hear you loud and clear! Please know that this isn't the impression we wish to leave you with. It's important to ensure the Payroll issue gets resolved for you. We encourage you to get in touch with out Payroll Support Team. In case you need help with getting in touch, the following article lists all the ways: https://tinyurl.com/2nrvtceu. We're truly hoping to hear from you soon. -Myshka, The QuickBooks Team

BadBrain13 ,

Disappointed, lacking key features

Quick Books self employed looks promising but is lacking critical features such as the ability to set recurring transactions, duplicate transactions, time tracking, and most importantly the ability to change an invoice’s status without having to email to a client through the QuickBooks system. I’ve been using FreshBooks which has all of these features (and a cleaner, prettier UI), but wanted to give QuickBooks Self Employed a try since it has the added functionality to estimate quarterly taxes and the ability to export tax info over to TurboTax. I could make everything else work, but forcing users to email an invoice using their interface is very limiting since I need to use PDFs for a specific clients. Not having this basic feature is probably a deal breaker for me - Especially since support’s response is that they don’t currently have plans to implement this feature and there are older support threads with multiple requests to add such a basic feature: to be able to change invoice status when using PDFs. As is, If you do not want to email an invoice through Quickbooks Self Employed, you will not be able to get the invoice out of draft mode and, more importantly, you’ll be unable to mark it as paid and have the payment reflected within the system. Such a shame since I really do like the quarterly tax estimates, integrated tax payments/tracking, and the ability to export everything to TurboTax at years end.

Developer Response ,

Hi Brian. Thanks for taking time out of your schedule to write this thorough review. We'd like an opportunity to address each of the concerns you mentioned and provide some solutions that may prove helpful going forward. Currently, an email address is required in order to mark an invoices as "Sent" or "Paid". However, some users have found it helpful to send some invoices from QuickBooks to their own email address. This way, you can properly mark the form, and you'll then have the option of forwarding the email to your client or re-sending it via the app later on. When it comes to learning the ins and outs of QB Self-Employed, our Community site has several help articles that can come in handy (https://community.intuit.com/quickbooks-self-employed). This guide would be a great one to start with, since it explains how we calculated estimated taxes (https://community.intuit.com/articles/1763753). One thing to note is that the app's invoices don't count towards your income or taxes. However, any transactions or mileage that you've marked as "Business" will factor into this total. Lastly, it's currently possible to duplicate any invoices that you recorded previously. That's done by opening a saved invoice, tapping the "More" button towards the bottom, and selecting "Duplicate". If you have questions about any of this information or need assistance with any other areas of the app, feel free to contact our team via email (QBCares@Intuit.com). We'll also be sure to forward your feedback regarding the notifications to the proper team. Wishing you and your company all the best! -Kristian, The QuickBooks Team

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