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Add reports and more personal tracking/accounting options

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      • Dotty PostoDotty Posto commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        This is completely ridiculous!!! I can't believe I setup my accounts only to find out after the fact that I can't categorize my personal spending. QuickBooks doesn't seem to get the need to categorize personal spending - I might need to cancel my account!!!

      • Rob CurrentRob Current commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        PS: not only that, now I have 1000's of duplicate transactions... Oh, this is truely punishing your customer for paying to upgrade.

      • Rob CurrentRob Current commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I can't believe I had to import/export between 2 intuit products, and had to put all my old data from Mint in a "Cash" account when importing! How crazy is it that the export field for "Account" from Mint didn't have a matching import field in Quickbooks? It's like punishing an Intuit customer that chooses to upgrade from Mint to a paid version of Quickbooks by disabling a single data column in the CSV intentionally. (not to mention, WHY isn't there just direct integration between the 2 programs?)

      • MaMa commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I was expecting to see personal expenses categories. Very surprised,and unfortunate I still have to track them manually.

      • JenineJenine commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        This is bullshit that there is not personal tracking capabilities. I came to this platform to save me time, have additional functionality, and not have to use Mint any longer. Now, if I want to continue to pay for this service every month I have to do additional tracking to complete my budgeting. This is your gig Intuit, just make the personal tracking work. The capability is there, it's like you just decided to stop adding features. I just don't get it.

      • daticodatico commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Since Mint offers budgeting, this would be a quick-win if the services could integrate.

        BUT I can guess why they don't....quickbooks allows complete customization of expense/income categories, and Mint does not. Mint's category structure is rigid and inflexible.

        Bother...one of these days, won't there be a platform for simple budgeting AND business expense management? C'mon Intuit.....you're so close! Get 'er done!

      • Rachael KnightRachael Knight commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I cannot believe that this does not categorize personal expenses like medical, child care, dependant care. It is ridiculous and I can't believe I started this without checking first!! I don't mind paying a little extra for the integration. Taxes are not just about business expenses so this only does half the job!!!

      • Gabe ChaseGabe Chase commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        This is a much needed tool. Intuit it would be great to see some regular feedback addressing what you plan to do to address this.

      • EDED commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Here are three software additions that I believe would improve QBSE:

        1. Add categories, or allow the user to add categories, under Personal expenses. They could even be called Cat1, Cat2, etc., and allow the user to rename them.

        For example, because there are no Personal categories, I am using "Repairs and Maintenance" for Personal Medical Expenses, etc.

        2. Show how categories in "All Categories" become sub-categories in the "Profit and Loss" categories. As it is, I do not know which categories become sub-categories to other categories except by trial and error.

        3. Allow the user to expand the "Profit and Loss" categories to show sub-categories.

      • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I am beyond peeved that I payed money for this new program and lost the features and data I had with my mint account. Really upset by this.

      • scott@shufflebrain.comscott@shufflebrain.com commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Well this thread answers my question of whether there is a way to classify personal transactions: no. That's not a deal-killer for me — I can workaround this by classifying anything I do want to categorize as business — but it's a jaw-dropping omission, since classifying personal transactions would mostly use the same code as classifying business transactions. Note to Intuit: no one wants to use more than one accounting program, and self-employed people still want to be able to track household budgets. Furthermore as someone with both W2 and self-employed income, I want to be able to track both. QB is overkill, Mint doesn't do what I want it to do. I like where you are going with QBSE, but finish the job! I see Quicken for Mac is finally getting good reviews for the 2017 version, so I'll have to check that out. Maybe that's a better solution.

      • Susan M. BurkeSusan M. Burke commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        ok so I just read a years worth of comments (AFTER purchasing - will I ever learn?) No change - it appears no one is listening. It was inconceivable that a product like this does not allow categorization of personal expenses for self employed. I truly never thought of it. I guess I will cancel for the same reason - how would this be helpful to those Self Employed? I gave Intuit WAY more credit than to just let us hang in the wind like this, too.

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