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Can I still add a business bank account to use for deductions like I did last year using turbotax? It pulled up every transaction/dates/exact cost automatically

 
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Can I still add a business bank account to use for deductions like I did last year using turbotax? It pulled up every transaction/dates/exact cost automatically

Sorry no.  They don’t have that feature this year.  

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Can I still add a business bank account to use for deductions like I did last year using turbotax? It pulled up every transaction/dates/exact cost automatically

Sorry no.  They don’t have that feature this year.  

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Can I still add a business bank account to use for deductions like I did last year using turbotax? It pulled up every transaction/dates/exact cost automatically

Do you know why they removed it? That feature was the entire reason I bought the $80 self employed version last year. It made adding expenses so much easier.
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Can I still add a business bank account to use for deductions like I did last year using turbotax? It pulled up every transaction/dates/exact cost automatically

No I don’t.  I think it didn’t work for most people.
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Can I still add a business bank account to use for deductions like I did last year using turbotax? It pulled up every transaction/dates/exact cost automatically

They want people to use QuickBooks Self Employed version to import your expenses.

For the future, There is QuickBooks Self Employment bundle you can check out which includes one Turbo Tax Online Self Employed  return....
<a rel="nofollow" target="_blank" href="http://quickbooks.intuit.com/self-employed">http://quickbooks.intuit.com/self-employed</a>
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