If QuickBooks Self-Employed is not quite right for you here's how to switch to another version of QuickBooks, and/or cancel your subscription.
We advise to cancel your subscription to QuickBooks Self-Employed before moving to another QuickBooks product to avoid double billing.
To cancel your QuickBooks Self-Employed free trial
Your 30-day free trial expires automatically, so you don't need to take any action to cancel it. Also, because you didn't provide any billing information to us, we can't bill you.
To cancel your QuickBooks Self-Employed paid subscription
Because of our privacy and account security protections, our agents can't cancel your paid subscription for you. (This is actually a good thing, because it means that you're always in control of your account.)
Cancelling on iOS:
- Tap the cogwheel (Settings) from the home screen.
- Tap App and iTunes Stores.
- Tap your Apple ID and then View Apple ID. Make sure you're signed in.
- Under Subscriptions, tap Manage.
- Tap QuickBooks Self-Employed, and turn off Automatic Renewal.
Cancelling on Android:
- Tap Google Play. Make sure you're signed into your Google account.
- Tap the hamburger (â¡) menu in the upper left of screen
- Scroll down to Subscriptions, find QuickBooks Self-Employed, and tap Cancel.
Please note: Uninstalling the app will not end your subscription. You must complete the steps above to cancel your account.
You can now sign up for a new QuickBooks subscription.
Note: We currently don't have a way to export data from QuickBooks Self-Employed into another QuickBooks product (but we're working on it).