Manually entered PAYG entered as BAS-W2 not showing up in PAYG Witholding report or BAS statement

Manually entered PAYG entered as BAS-W2 not showing up in PAYG Witholding report or BAS statement


Hi there, Sgunzburg!

I’d like to discuss some information about the BAS summary report in QuickBooks Online (QBO). 

When you complete a payrun it creates journal entries which will show the PAYG figures on the BAS. 

You’ll need to check the payroll journals to make sure the W2 codes are attach to these journals.

If the journals for PAYG are recorded manually, make sure you’ve assigned the BAS-W2 tax code. This is to reflect the amount of BAS report.

Here are related articles that can give more information about PAYG:

Let me know if you have other QuickBooks Online questions. I'd be glad to help you some more.

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