I need a hard copy of all of my files either on CD or thumb drive.

I need the hard copy of all of my files for online payroll on CD or thumb drive.

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It's good to see you here, accounting.

Let me make sure your concern is addressed about having a hard copy on CD or thumb drive of your payroll files. 

If you're using Intuit Online Payroll (IOP) or QuickBooks Online Payroll (QBOP), please know that this type of subscription is a cloud-based service where you can access all your payroll files. You can view archived forms if you've filed them electronically and paychecks by accessing your account.

To view archived forms in IOP, please follow these steps:

  1. Go to Taxes & Forms.
  2. Click on View Archived Forms in the Quarterly Forms or Annual Forms section.
  3. Choose your desired form.
  4. Click on View.
  5. Then, print or download to save a copy for your records.

I've got an article for you to check out about archived forms: Archive old forms.

Otherwise, you can view reports that will help you keep track of payroll details and history. Here are the links for your reference:

That'll do it. From there, this answer will address your payroll concern. 

Please let me know if you have further question and I'm here to answer them. Have a wonderful day.

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