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the problem is with intuit and the schedule C. Intuit says QBSE follows the schedule C, but QBSE does not allow you to create additional expense accounts (categories) which should report in section IV – other expenses.
I do not use QBSE, but try entering the expense using the other expense account (if there is one) and you will have to double check TT to insure it accepts it without a listing in section IV. You may have to manually enter that in the listing in TT.
It is your call whether or not you fudge the amounts and claim the full 35 per person. Technically, 25 would be the expense and 10 would post to owner drawing IMO. There is no such thing as a non deductible expense in TT that I am aware of.
Resolution for Issue 'In QB Self-Employed where do transactions for gifts given to customers for the holidays get categorized?' available: Yes (Solved).
Source: Intuit Community forum.
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