Quicken Home, Business & Rental Property - Windows 10-Home Version
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If you are a Single Member LLC, self employed, independent contractor or sole proprietor you probably file schedule C in your personal tax return for it. Sole proprietors cannot take a withdrawal or salary and include it as an expense on their tax return. As a sole proprietor, you are not an employee of the business. You don't pay yourself or enter a salary or withdrawal for yourself. All the business income and expenses are your personal income and expenses in the first place. You just fill out a Schedule C. The net profit or loss is your income. If you have a net profit of $400 or more on schedule C you will pay SE self employment tax on it in addition to your regular income tax. It's all included on your personal 1040 form.
So just categorize it to whatever you spent it on or as a transfer to another account.
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