When do you deposit 401k deductions to the bank?

My YTD total deductions of $6300.00 is not reflecting on my 401K, and I am wondering why?


We're glad you're here, foluso291.

Thank you for checking in with us. Let me help and direct you to the right support so your concern about 401k gets addressed.

The option to withdraw funds or company contributions to retirement plan providers is currently unavailable in Intuit. As much as I'd love to get this sorted out for you, however, you'll need to check your 401k payments directly to the agency or provider. 

Just in case, I've added an article for you to learn more about retirement plan deductions: Retirement plan deductions.

Since this option isn't yet available, I'd encourage you to send this idea in our Feature Suggestion board. This is the ideal place for you to share your thoughts about retirement plan deductions through Intuit payroll services. 

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