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    As of 04/29/2019, all customers in the United States can try out our first version of “Custom Categories”! You’ll see we’ve called it Tagging.

    You can try it out by logging in to QuickBooks Self-Employed through your favorite web browser and going to our Labs section by clicking on the Gear Icon and going to Labs (note you can also go this URL-

    Currently Tagging is only available through the Web (not our Mobile Apps just yet) for US customers.

    We would love your feedback as you start using this first version! Please use the “Give Feedback” link on the Labs page as our team will be closely monitoring this.

    Chris Smith commented  · 

    I'm fascinated to see people here still using MS Money. Can't understand why it was withdrawn, I've repeatedly tried current packages but I can't find anything remotely as comprehensive, customisable or flexible as it. I run a property portfolio so am not interested in being able to issue invoices or VAT, but do want to be able to see where my cost centres are with custom reports. Unless I'm missing something, QB Self Employed at least on the trial version only really allows me to crudely split expenses by "Business" or "Personal". I have 328 specific categories and sub categories in my Money accounts!! All quickly searchable. Looks like the 2018-19 tax year is going to be Money again, as long as W10 allows the web based advice patches that keep it working. But it would be nice to have my accounts in eh Cloud and on an App.

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