How to find when the payroll service expires?

Using the following how do I find when the payroll service or subscription ends. 

From the top menu bar, select Employees > My Payroll Service > Manage Service Keys. Click View to display the new service key with an Active Status.

It reported the following, the Next Update Date 09/19/2018.  Is that the day the Payroll expires?

Current Version QuickBooks Pro 2017.

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Hi jfanschutz,

Thank you for reaching out to us.

Yes, the date you saw in the Next Update Date section is the date that your QuickBooks Payroll subcription will expire. 

You can also visit your Account Maintenance page to get an update on your subscription. Simply go to Employees menu My Payroll Service tab and select Account/Billing Info

I'm confident from there you'll be updated on your payroll subscription.

If you need anything else, don't hesitate to post again. I'm always here to help. Have a good one!

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