State Withholding Tax Deposit frequencies are necessary in order to file and pay our customers taxes on time.
It is the customers responsibility to provide Intuit with this information.
Note: Important: Failure to give Intuit timely notification of your deposit frequency may result in notices, with penalties and interest assessed, for late or early deposits. Intuit is NOT responsible for any penalties and interest charges.
What is a state withholding tax deposit frequency?
How is my deposit frequency determined?
How do I find out what my state deposit frequency is?
I have been a customer for years, why are you asking for this information now?
I have received a deposit frequency change notification. What do I do now?
Basic and Enhanced Payroll customers: Enter this information into QuickBooks Desktop directly. See How to set your tax deposit due dates for assistance.
What if I did not receive a notification of change?
Due to the importance of having the correct frequency for your company, we recommend that employers contact their state agencies annually to determine if their frequency has changed for the upcoming year. Below is a list of tax resources to help you in determining what your frequency is.
Once you have verified your frequency with the state, complete the State Tax Change form and send back to us at the fax number or email address at the bottom of the form.
Where can I find state specific information and contact information?
Please visit to our Compliance Page for a list of the state agencies, phone numbers, and website URLs along with acceptable deposit frequencies for each state.
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