How do I process the Forms W-2 and W-3 for a client who is a household employer? No payroll processing, just forms.

I have the Accountant's version of Intuit Payroll online.  I would like to electronically file the Forms W-2 and W-3 for a household employer (client), but not the weekly payroll.  How do I set up and file the Forms W-2 and W-3 without processing payroll?

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Thank you for posting here in the Community, tdobbins.

Let me share some information with setting up and filing forms W-2 and W-3.

When you submit W-2 forms we already include the W-3 information in the electronic file. However, you must need to process a payroll first before you can prepare the forms. The information from the payroll is what we need to create the forms. 

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That's it. Let me know if you need further assistance about this forms. I'm always here to assist. Have a good day. 

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