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Multiple Business accounts (edited for clarity)

I have used Quicken for personal and for 1 business account but now I need to track 1 personal account and 3 businesses ! What is the best way to set this up ?
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  • Frankx
    Frankx SuperUser ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited March 2020
    Hi @timberwolf4156,

    I believe that there are two possible approaches, but first a few questions: 

    1) Which version of Quicken are you using?

    2) Do these 3 businesses have things in common - e.g. are they the same types of businesses ( like 3 donut shops, or a cafe and a restaurant) or are they completely different types of businesses?

    3) Do they need to be tracked separately for business or operational purposes (such as you have different partners involved in each on?

    Let me know and we'll see where we go with this.

    Frankx


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  • Thanks for contacting me.
    I am using Quicken 2020
    The 3 business are all different and I need to track them separately for tax perposees and billing
  • Sorry, it's 2020 Home, Business & Rental that I am using !
    Thanks a lot this helps, I will dive into it tomorrow and if have any other questions I will shout out :)
  • Frankx
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    That's the one - it should work well!

    Okay - sounds good.


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