Trying to set up deduction for local taxes. It will not let me as it says our zip code is not in area for transit taxes. Not true!

Read the answer regarding the Oregon state transit tax but am not sure why no deductions were made for the last quarter of 2017 and first of 2018.

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Hi there, nankcarr,

Allow me to help you set up your transit tax.

Your report is the only one we received about the issue with the transit tax zip code. You can review the payroll wizard to make sure the local tax is set up correctly.

If the set up is right and still won't accept the zip code, you may need to call our phone support specialists. They have the resources to review your set up and can investigate further on what's causing the issue.

You can check our updated contact information here: https://community.intuit.com/browse/standalone-intuit-payroll-contact-us

Additionally, please note that the Oregon Statewide Transit Tax will take effect on July 1, 2018, and will not start calculating on checks until such time. You may refer to this article for more information about the Oregon Statewide Transit Tax: Oregon Statewide Transit Tax 2018

Please update me if you have additional questions about Oregon taxes. I'll be around to help you, nankcarr.

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