Latest invoice from Intuit for Online Payroll (Accountant) does not have detail breakdown.

My latest payroll invoice from Intuit did not break down between my clients and show the number of employees and states for each client. Where can I find that information so I can properly bill back my clients?


You came to the right place, amytsui.

I'm here to help you locate the detailed breakdown of the invoice so you could properly bill your clients.

Just a gentle reminder, make sure to prepare the Order Number and Billing Zip Code. You can find them in your order confirmation email.

Once you have them handy, let me walk you through the steps on how to search for the information you're looking for:

  1. Go to
  2. Enter the Order Number and Billing Zip Code. You may also enter your Last Name, Phone number, and the last 4 digits of your credit card number.
  3. Click Get Status.

That's it! You'll be able to find the details that you're looking for after you follow these steps.

Don't hesitate to reach out to me again, should you need more help searching for the breakdown. Have a great day.

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