Looking for my 2nd quarter NYS-45 report


Hello there, bnbmoscone,

Let's pull up the payroll summary and check your archived forms to locate your 2nd quarter NYS-45 report.

Payroll summary report can provide you the breakdown of your employee wages, taxes, adjustments, sick and vacation time. It also includes net pay and employer taxes and contributions. Here's how:

  1. Go to the Reports menu.
  2. Select the Payroll section, then choose Payroll Summary.
  3. Set a date range.
  4. From the Date Range drop-down, select Custom.
  5. In the From and To fields, enter 04/01/2018 - 06/30/2018.
  6. Choose an option under Employee and Work Location.
  7. Once done, click Run Report button.

If you've successfully archived the form for 2018, here's how to find it: 

  1. Go to the Taxes tab, then choose Payroll Tax.
  2. Under Forms section, choose the View Archived Forms >> hyperlink under Quarterly Forms.
  3. Filter it by selecting Quarterly Tax Forms and NYS-45 under the drop-down boxes.
  4. Locate the form dated 04/01/2018 - 06/30/2018 or 2nd Quarter 2018.
  5. Click the NYS-45 form to view it.

If you're unable to archived the form, I'd recommend contacting our QuickBooks Online Payroll Support Team. They can check and archive the form in your behalf if you've run payroll using QuickBooks during the period.

That'll keep you going, bnbmoscone. By performing the steps above, you'll be able to view your 2018 2nd quarter NYS-45.

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Please let me know if you need further assistance about generating payroll forms in QuickBooks. i'm just around if you need help.

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