How do you add multiple locality payroll withholdings for an employee?

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Hi there, shelley,

I'd be glad walking you through adding multiple locality payroll withholdings for your employee.

Local withholding taxes are based on your employee's residence and work location. These taxes are calculated and reported differently, depending on the laws of the particular states where your employee lives and works.

You can set up additional work locations in and outside your primary state work-location.

If your employee works at other locations, follow the steps listed below to add a new address.

  1. Go to the Gear icon at the top.
  2. Under Your Company, select Payroll Settings.
  3. Under Business Information, click Work Locations.
  4. Click Add a Work Location.
  5. Enter the new address, then click Save.

To assign an employee to the new location:

  1. Select Workers from the left panel, then Employees.
  2. Click the employee's name.
  3. On the Employment section, select Edit.
  4. From the Work Location drop-down, select the work location added above.
  5. Click OK.

Please check out this article since you're setting up a multiple state in your company: About multistate employment payroll situations..

By following the solution stated above, you can assign a new local withholding tax to your employee. 

Let me know how that works for you by leaving a comment below. I'm here to help if you need further assistance. 

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