Can you enter a wages journal in Quick books premier desktop. ?

I have paid net wages to each employee.  but at the month end I will have a creditor for unpaid taxes and Nic to H.M.R.C.  -  do I make adjustments.  Payroll is

outsourced and not set up on desktop.  I have tried to make a journal entry without success as I have an open balance comment on journals

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You can enter outsourced payroll any number of ways; it's just Accounting data, at that point.

Here are some examples:

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I don't know what "opening balances" you would have. If you have Carryover values from a prior year, that isn't Payroll this year. Example: Tax Liabilities from the end of last year, to be paid this year, are not Payroll expense for this year.



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