Intuit introduces QuickBooks Solopreneur for one-person businesses

Intuit Inc. has introduced QuickBooks Solopreneur, a new product designed to meet the needs of one-person businesses.

Intuit Inc. has introduced QuickBooks Solopreneur, a new product designed to meet the needs of one-person businesses. 

The tool provides a number of easy-to-use features to help “solopreneurs” stay in control of their finances, create trackable goals, manage business expenses to stay tax-ready, and have the confidence to drive financial stability, all in one place, acceding to Michael Hitchcock, vice president, Accounting and Tax, QuickBooks. He says that with QuickBooks Solopreneur, business owners can:

  • Manage books, all in one place: Access transaction management tools that automatically separate business and personal transactions into categories for easy review, and connect bank accounts* and import spreadsheet data for a full view of operations. Plus, customers can seamlessly track mileage, create and send customized invoices and estimates, view reports, and more.
  • Utilize tools and insights to drive business decisions: Easily view income, expenses, and profit with simple reports and dashboards to stay in control of cash flow in real time. Customers can also set up trackable goals, view insights, and see recommended actions to help them to make smarter business decisions and achieve goals.
  • Make tax time less taxing: Stay tax-ready year-round with tools that auto-track miles on-the-go through the QuickBooks mobile app**, and easily categorize business trips for accurate tax time deductions for business expenses. Customers can also move seamlessly from books to taxes to easily prepare and file tax year returns directly in QuickBooks, and access expert help through QuickBooks Live Assisted Tax, powered by TurboTax, to help them file with confidence.

QuickBooks Solopreneur is available to customers in the U.S. online and is compatible with the QuickBooks mobile app on iOS and Android.

Dennis Sellers
the authorDennis Sellers
Dennis Sellers is the editor/publisher of Apple World Today. He’s been an “Apple journalist” since 1995 (starting with the first big Apple news site, MacCentral). He loves to read, run, play sports, and watch movies.