How can i revise 1099 totals due to payments outside of Intuit, on an established contractor (not starting new)?

I have a couple of contractors where I need to add outside of Intuit payments,  it i am past the initial set-up portion which is the only place i see to add these. 

Also, I need to make a revision to a figure that I input for a contractor payment outside of Intuit, and don’t see how. 

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Glad to see you here in the Community, alissahuse.

I can help you with changing the 1099 totals of your contractor.

To update the total of your 1099, you'll have to record the transaction manually. 

Here's how to add a tax that is currently due:

  1. Go to your Taxes tab, then Payroll Tax and select Pay Taxes.
  2. On the Pay Taxes page, click Record payment for the tax you want to pay.
  3. For the Payment Date, select Other and enter the actual date the payment was made.
  4. Enter the check number, then select Record and print.
  5. If you see the Print Payment Coupon, you can ignore it because you've already made your payment.

Check this Record a tax payment you made outside QuickBooks Online Payroll article for more information about this.

That should do it. If you have any other questions or would like me to clarify anything else about your 1099, let me know. I am always glad to help in any way I can.​ Have a wonderful day. 

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