Intuit's Do-It-For-You Payroll Services (Assisted Payroll, Full Service Payroll, QuickBooks Online Full Service Payroll) have certain restrictions and limitations. If you have one or more of the following situations, please contact our payroll service at 866.820.6337 for more details and to ensure you are purchasing the right payroll service.

    • 50+ employees. Have 50 or more employees paid in the current year; or are a QuickBooks Desktop Payroll user and have more than 150 employees total in your company file
    • 3rd party payments. Sending funds to health insurance providers, garnishment collectors, retirement plans, etc)
    • ACA forms. Are required to file Affordable Care Act Forms 1094-C or 1095A
  • Agriculture/943. Are an agricultural business and are required to file IRS Form 943
  • Allocated tips
  • Automatic payroll processing
  • Blank check stock printing
  • Certified payroll
  • Check delivery service
  • City/county local taxes
  • Delinquent payroll taxes. Are past due on closed quarter and/or previous year payroll taxes
  • Employee state moves/wage base carryovers. Employee moves from one state to another and the state allows the unemployment wage base to be applied from the original state to the new state.
  • Employee stock options/dividends
  • Foreign address, banks or direct deposit. Employees working and/or living outside of the U.S. including Guam and Puerto Rico, or require direct deposit to foreign bank accounts.
  • Fringe benefits
  • Fully taxable S-Corp medical
  • Household employees
  • HI TDI. Hawaii (HI) Temporary Disability Insurance (TDI)
  • IN or WY employees. Employees who live and/or work in Indiana (IN) or Wyoming (WY)
  • ITIN employees. Employees with taxpayer identification numbers (start with a 9)
  • Job costing/class tracking
  • Negative/Zero net checks
  • NY SDI. New York (NY) State Disability Insurance (SDI)
  • Owner's draws
  • PEO. Current year prior payroll provider is a Professional Employer Organization (PEO).
  • Piecework
  • Roaming employees. Employees who live and/or work in more than one state or local tax jurisdiction during the year
  • SECA. SECA reporting for clergy
  • Special accounting for taxes
  • Statutory employees
  • Taxable company contributions
  • Third-party sick pay. Sick pay that an employee receives from a third party (usually from disability insurance).
  • Unlimited wage items
  • Uncommon retirement plans. PERA/PERS, 401(a), SARSEP, Safe Harbor, etc
  • Union dues
  • WA L&I. Washington (WA) Labor & Industry (L&I)
  • Wage reduction/backing out wages