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What can I do before my QuickBooks Self-Employed subscription ends on April 30?

The IRS has extended the Tax Year 2019 filing deadline to July 15, 2020. But, if you got a free subscription for QuickBooks Self-Employed last year, it ends on April 30, 2020.

To get the most out of your existing free subscription and use your QuickBooks Self-Employed tax info to file your taxes for 2019, you need to export it to TurboTax before April 30. You have a few ways to do this and we'll guide you through the best one for you.

Before your subscription ends on April 30

You can:

  • Export your tax summary to TurboTax.
  • Make changes to your tax summary.

Go here for info on how to export your data to TurboTax. Doing this will allow you to file after your subscription has ended if needed (you won’t be able to access or edit your QuickBooks Self-Employed tax summary at this point).

We also recommend you download a PDF of your tax summary from QuickBooks Self-Employed for your records. To get it:

  1. Sign in to QuickBooks Self-Employed.
  2. Go to the 2019 Taxes tab.
  3. Select the Email tax details dropdown and then Download tax summary.

Keep your free QuickBooks Self-Employed subscription

If you pay for TurboTax before April 30, you get another free year of QuickBooks Self-Employed and can file your taxes when you’re ready.

To pay for TurboTax from a web browser:

  1. Sign in to TurboTax.
  2. Select Tax Tools.
  3. Select Print center and then Pay now.

To pay for TurboTax from the mobile app:

  1. Sign in to TurboTax.
  2. From the navigation bar, select File.
  3. Select Review your order. Then choose how you want to pay.

Export your data after April 30

If you don’t pay for TurboTax, export your data, or download your tax summary by April 30, you’ll need to pay for another year’s subscription to QuickBooks Self-Employed.

To find out more about Tax Year 2019, go to Intuit's COVID-19 Tax Center.

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