When I go to setup my Export Preferences in order to export paycheck info to my QB Online Accountant account, my account doesn't show, only my clients' accounts show.

Is there a way to connect the intuit payroll to my accountant login to Quickbooks? I've done this for several clients; however, it doesn't seem like I can for myself. Please help!



Hello mimifolco,

Let's make sure you get the assistance you need with your Intuit Online Payroll.

Is your payroll service active on your QuickBooks Online account? If so, that's the reason why you can't see your payroll in your QuickBooks Accountant. You will need to contact our payroll support representatives to help you synced your Intuit Online Payroll with your QuickBooks Online for Accountant account.

Please follow these steps to reach them:

  1. Go to this link: http://payroll.intuit.com/support/contact/index.jsp?infoSrc=qs&service=64
  2. Click Intuit Online Payroll.

If you have any other questions, feel free to come back. We're here to help out.

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