Employee works in Georgia and lives in massachusetts. Which state should we run the State Taxes and employment Taxes?

Employee works in Georgia and lives in massachusetts. Which state should we run the State Taxes and employment Taxes?


Hi blueridgecloud,

QuickBooks Payroll calculates taxes based on work location. Some state have reciprocity agreements between states. It means you only pay taxes in one of the states.

You'll want to consult your state agency to determine what income taxes you may subject to.

To specify the employee's work location:

  1. Click Workers, and then Employees at the top.
  2. Click the employee's name and then click the Pencil icon under the Employment section.
  3. Change the address under Work location drop-down.
  4. Click Done.

Here's an article about multistate withholding: https://community.intuit.com/articles/1459139.

If you have other questions about payroll, please don't hesitate to comment below.

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