How do I confirm the test transitions to confirm the Electronic Services?

We are a seasonal, summer business and we suspended our payroll service for three months.  I have signed on and paid for access to do my final tax payments for the year and Intuit has disconnected my ability to do online filings.  There does not seem to be a way to confirm the amount of their test transactions - no way to initiate the test transactions or report them.  Any advice would be appreciated.  


Great day to you, dnpowitz,

I’m here to ensure that you’d able to confirm the test transaction.

Let’s perform the steps to move forward:

  1. Click the Gear icon at the top.
  2. Click Payroll Settings.
  3. Under Bank Accounts, choose Company.
  4. Select Verify Account, then enter and confirm the amount.

Just to set your expectation that you’ll only get one attempt to verify test transaction.

However, if you’re unable to confirm the test transaction, I invite you to contact our Payroll Support Specialist. They have the specific tools to further check your account and enter the test transaction.

To know more on how to confirm test transaction, here’s an article that you can check on: Verify test transaction.

If there’s anything else you need help with in activating Electronic Services, please don’t hesitate to reach back out. Have a wonderful day ahead!

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