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How to enter a nontaxable income

I received a tax refund and I need to know how I enter that into the quickbooks program?

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  • jljonesiii May 11, 2010

    have you tried to create another income slot titled non-tax income?

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At this point I'm thinking that's the best option. I hope it doesn't create a problem come next tax time.

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