How do I receive a proof of payment from a federal tax deposit made through QB and efiled?

I efile and epay my federal tax deposits through QB Online and IRS is stating they did not receive payments for two quarters. How do I get the proof from the epayment through QB that the payment was sent and received by the IRS?

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Thanks for posting in the Community, elizabethfraser1.

Once you process efile and epay, you'll receive an email confirmation once the payment is submitted to IRS. Let's double-check your QuickBooks Online if the payment that you processed was successfully submitted.

Here's how:

  1. Click on Reports on the left pane.
  2. Under Payroll, click on Payroll Tax Payments.
  3. Select the Date Range and click Run Report.
  4. It will indicate in the NOTES if the payment was successfully submitted.

If it's not indicated in the notes, you can delete and re-submit the tax payment. On the other hand, if it was successfully submitted, I'd suggest contacting our QuickBooks Online Payroll Support, they have the tools that can help you double-check the efile and epay that you processed.

Please let me know if you have further questions by leaving a comment below, I'll be around to help.

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