I need to run a report that will show me my employees gross income for the year so that I can catch when they go over their $7,000 and SUTA and FUTA drop off.

I  have an excel spreadsheet that I created to give to my customers that breaks down everything for each employee including admin fee and workers comp percentages but we are running into trouble when people drop off SUTA and FUTA. We manually have to catch this, I was hoping there was a report we can pull every week that would accurately show when someone hits their $7,000


It's nice to have you here, becky.

I'd be glad to help you run a report that will show your employees gross income for the year.

Let's pull up the report for Payroll Tax and Wage Summary. This shows total and taxable wages that are subject to federal and province/region/state withholding such as State Unemployment Tax Act (SUTA) and Federal Unemployment Tax Act (FUTA).

Here's how:

  1. Go to Reports.
  2. Enter Payroll Tax and Wage Summary in the search bar.
  3. You can customize the Date Range and then click Run Report.

I've attached some screenshots so you'll have a better view.

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