QuickBooks Self-Employed

Was ist QuickBooks Self-Employed?

Accounting solution that helps automate expense categorization to track expenses for travel, assets, advertising, insurance, and more.

Wer verwendet QuickBooks Self-Employed?

Nicht vom Anbieter bereitgestellt

Wo kann QuickBooks Self-Employed bereitgestellt werden?

Cloud, SaaS, webbasiert

Über den Anbieter

  • Intuit
  • Ansässig in Sacramento, USA
  • 1983 gegründet

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Vereinigte Staaten

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Englisch

Über den Anbieter

  • Intuit
  • Ansässig in Sacramento, USA
  • 1983 gegründet

Erhältlich in diesen Ländern

Vereinigte Staaten

Sprachen

Englisch

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Bewertungen über QuickBooks Self-Employed

Durchschnittliche Bewertung

Gesamt
3,9
Benutzerfreundlichkeit
4,0
Kundenservice
3,2
Funktionen
3,8
Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis
3,8

Nutzerbewertungen nach Unternehmensgröße (Angestellte)

  • <50
  • 51-200
  • 201-1.000
  • >1.001

Bewertungen nach Punktzahl finden

5
40%
4
37%
3
8%
2
6%
1
10%
Amy H.
Amy H.
Owner in USA
Verifizierter Nutzer auf LinkedIn
Unternehmensberatung, 2-10 Mitarbeiter
Verwendete die Software für: 6-12 Monate
Herkunft der Bewertung

Sticken with Quicken

5 vor 9 Monaten

Kommentare: My overall experience with QuickBooks self employed is I am completely satisfied and enjoy the use of the software currently as my bookkeeper. It has been an asset to my small business

Vorteile:

The thing I am most fond of with QuickBooks Self-Employed version is the ease of use. The software offers a user the functions that cover all necessary withholding categories that are required on a state and federal level. It inputs the correct taxes, insurance, fees etc. required by law within your area. And if you are not within regulation it notifies you and offers the user direction into making sure you are financially in accord to the law.

Nachteile:

What I like least about the software is the exporting IOC information can get tricky sometimes depending on how it will be opened by the receiving device.

Justin L.
Justin L.
Business Owner in USA
Verifizierter Nutzer auf LinkedIn
Konsumgüter, 2-10 Mitarbeiter
Verwendete die Software für: Mehr als 2 Jahre
Herkunft der Bewertung

In Betracht gezogene Alternativen:

Good for the Money, QB still lacks features...

4 letzten Monat Neu

Kommentare: I think QB is really positive overall. The simple truth is that an accountant knows way more than I do. I did my taxes all wrong for 2+ years using QB. I probably could have gotten a lot more refund had I had more tax knowledge. Taxes are deep. That's why people specialize in it. I am a salesman and entrepreneur. I HATE doing taxes. After my carpal tunnel episode, (I was crunching and cursing QB and the IRS,) I realized how to actually do my taxes the right way. The best thing I can say is that QB gives a good overall picture and the reporting is good as long as you tag everything correctly. But that doesn't work easily if you have thousands of micro-transactions, such as myself. So I had to go through every line item and tag it for the appropriate enterprise. I have finally figured out how to do taxes... Use a program like QB and then deliver the reporting to a good accountant who can really find the tax breaks. They simply can't do it over the phone like an in person accountant. And I had to find a good one who was recommended to me by a friend. Not any accountant will do. DO your research on taxes!!! You can get a good refund if you have a good accountant and also do the prep work which QB is capable of but only for one company at a time. Tagging things one by one is terrible!!!

Vorteile:

I like the account integrations, however, I could not get my Home Depot credit card to connect, so that was disappointing. I also thought the general ease of use was good. It did give me a good picture of my small business and that helped me with running my business better. I also really liked the reporting. The Profit and Loss statements were the most important report that I generated because I would use that to deliver it to my accountant and then do my taxes from there. QuickBooks can really only take you so far. Which is good. I would generally recommend it to all small business owners, like myself. I am not an accountant and truly suck at accounting. So I decided to give it a shot, and then realized that even with super detailed entry, I still needed a professional accountant to get the extra tax breaks that automation simply could not perform. Yes, I know they offer further services, like a live professional, but that just didn't work for me. I tried it one year and then compared it to a year when I hired an accountant and provided the reports and was able to get more refund. So overall, it is a good beginners tool.

Nachteile:

I hated the fact that it asked me every time there was a new entry if I wanted to make a rule for that entry. I wanted QB to be fast as possible because I loathe accounting. I need to focus on selling my items. However, I understand how important accounting is, thus why I put such a focus on it in my business. I also hated the fact that I could not batch "Tag" items. For example, I actually have 3 companies and did my accounting ALL wrong... I had to go back and do it all over. I realized that I needed to "Tag" and "categorize" properly in order to separate the companies transactions so I could get accurate reporting. Basically, I had to manually tag each and every transaction, which SUCKED!! I have an e-commerce business with thousands of line items and I had to do it one by one, which ultimately made me want to cancel QB. Be it as it may, it was my fault. I did not do it properly from the start. I didn't realize how to separate different companies with one QB account. I tried to have 3 separate accounts but that was too costly and thought I could easily do it with one swift click of a button, and BOY was I wrong. I probably developed carpal tunnel from this years taxes. And then decided to close down 2 of the 3 companies because I realized how to actually run my entire enterprise better. I still have one LLC. I closed another LLC and an S Corp as a result of better understanding my taxes and how to be a better small business owner.

Steve L.
Owner in USA
Forschung, Selbstständig
Verwendete die Software für: Mehr als 2 Jahre
Herkunft der Bewertung

In Betracht gezogene Alternativen:

Easy solution for self-employed but could be better

3 letzte Woche Neu

Kommentare: Overall, the Self-Employed version of QuickBooks has been easy to set up and use. In year's past, the same software was much cheaper than it is now. I think they more than doubled the price per month for the same versions. Their mileage tracker is very limited. Because of this limitation, I pay for MileIQ to track and categorize mileage and trips. Then, I export the data from MileIQ and import into QuickBooks.

Vorteile:

I like that I can manage both my personal and self-employed business accounting within a single account.

Nachteile:

The mobile app seems kind of buggy. It's very slow to register taps (3 seconds).

Antwort von Intuit

gestern

Thank you for sharing your feedback with us, Steve. If you haven't already could you try to uninstalling and reinstalling the app to see if this resolves the latency you're experiencing. Should it not resolve the issue please reach out to our Self-Employed Team so they can take a look into this with you further. You can find their contact info here: https://quickbooks.intuit.com/learn-support/en-us/help-article/intuit-subscriptions/contact-quickbooks-self-employed-support/L8VUH2BlF_US_en_US Wishing you all the best. -Kristina, The QuickBooks Team

Sarah A.
Sarah A.
Administrative assistant in USA
Verifizierter Nutzer auf LinkedIn
Krankenhausversorgung & Gesundheitswesen, 10.000+ Mitarbeiter
Verwendete die Software für: Mehr als 2 Jahre
Herkunft der Bewertung

Its pretty self explanatory

4 letzten Monat Neu

Kommentare: I use this to balance accounts and to enter deposits and withrawls from these accounts that require balancing each month, quarter, and year.

Vorteile:

Ease of use, the ability to balance a multitude of accounts within one system. It is easier to use than other available programs and easier to understand entered data.

Nachteile:

There are not many cons, at times it does freeze and you have to wait to reenter the information.

Abby B.
Abby B.
Owner in USA
Verifizierter Nutzer auf LinkedIn
Marketing & Werbung, Selbstständig
Verwendete die Software für: Mehr als 1 Jahr
Herkunft der Bewertung

In Betracht gezogene Alternativen:

ONLY worth it if you need auto-mileage tracking

4 letztes Jahr

Kommentare: If you need mileage tracking and expense tracking, this is a great option for you. If you need recurring or auto invoicing though - this version of QB isn't for you.

Vorteile:

To have it automatically track all of my mileage for me is just amazing. However, now that I'm not traveling, it's almost worthless, and certainly not worth the $16/mo I'm paying. I know you can scan receipts and stuff too, but I connected my bank accounts so I just select what's business and what's personal through there. It's free to have clients pay invoices through ACH Debit though, so that's awesome. You also get your money way faster than through other means.

Nachteile:

You can't do recurring, automatic invoicing. That's the main sticking point for me. So I end up doing 90% of my invoicing in PayPal and then I'm only using QB for expense tracking and the occasional ACH Debit invoice. It's just annoying. I'm also not crazy about the user interface sometimes it's just not intuitive.

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