I signed up for the Quickbooks trial but was not asked to set up a password for user ID and now I don't know how to get into it. Please let me know

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We're sorry for the inconvenience.  Please see the following FAQ.

TurboTax customers who file their 2018 tax return using TurboTax Self-Employed or TurboTax Live Assist & Review Self-Employed are eligible to use QuickBooks Self-Employed for free for 18 months.

Note: This offer is not available for existing QuickBooks Self-Employed subscribers or users who signed up for a QuickBooks Self-Employed trial.

To take advantage of this offer, file your 2018 return with TurboTax Self-Employed or TurboTax Live Assist & Review Self-Employed, then follow the instructions below.

 

  1. Sign in to your TurboTax Self-Employed or TurboTax Live Assist & Review Self-Employed account.
  2. On the Great to see you again! page, locate your filed tax return and select View.
  3. From the left-hand navigation menu, select File, then select Get Started.
  4. On the Let’s file your return step, select Continue.
  5. On the Do you want to register for CRA’s online mail? step, select Continue.
  6. On the Filing your return(s) step, select Continue.
  7. On the Hold up! step, select Get QuickBooks Self-Employed.
  8. On the One more step to claim your free offer step that opens in a new tab/window, select Claim free offer.
  9. On the Nearly there…step, fill out the First name and Last name fields, then select Continue.
  10. On the Claim your free QuickBooks Self-Employed step, fill out the fields, then select Buy QuickBooks.


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