I have used paycycle for many years. I closed my business 12-21-18. I plan to continue my account till 4/19 and all taxes for 2018 paid. Is that OK. I retired.

I will print W2 Jan 1 and mail to former staff.  I have no payroll since 12-21-18.
I am on the online paycycle.   Besides pay the basic monthly paycycle service fee and ok the forms you send the first quarter of 2019 for my 2018 taxes,  and sending prior staff their W2  I assume there is nothing else I need to do.

Is that right

Steven D. Atwood, MD
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Good day, steven.atwood.

Congratulations on your retirement. I'm here to help and guide you with filing and printing the year-end forms in Intuit Online Payroll (IOP).

Yes, you are correct. You'll need to print and provide copies of W2s to your employees on January 1, 2019. Then, file them before the 31st of January, 2019.

To print the W-2 form, please follow these steps:

  1. Log in to your account through this link: https://iop.intuit.com/login/login2.jsp.
  2. Go to the Taxes & Forms tab.
  3. Click on the Annual Forms link.
  4. Under the Annual Tax Forms section, click on W-2, Copies A & D.
  5. Then, print the form from there.

Aside from printing the W2s, the forms you'll need to file and send are as follows.

  • W-3
  • 940
  • 941
  • 944
  • 1099-MISC for contractors

Take a look at these articles that you can check out about the 2018 year-end forms: 

That'll do it. This answer will guide you with filing your year-end forms.

Thanks for choosing Intuit. Best wishes for an awesome retirement. Have wonderful day.

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