My quickbooks profile says I paid quarterly taxes, 0 for first quarter, $650 for the second, $1300 for the third and 0 for the fourth. I did not make any tax payments

It says I paid quarterly taxes to the tune of $1950 in 2018 over 4 quarters.  I never paid any of the taxes because I had 0 due. I don't know where those numbers came from.  


Hello there, okotojong,

You might have categorized some transactions as Estimated Taxes. If a transaction is categorized under that, it will reflect on your paid quarterly taxes. The category is used only if the transactions are estimated tax payments.

You can check your transactions to see if you have categorized some as Estimated Taxes. If you find categorized transactions which is incorrect, you can correct it by changing the category.

If you don't have transactions categorized with that, I recommend contacting our QuickBooks Self-Employed Support. We will be able to pull up your account and check them for you.

Here's how:

  1. Click the Help button.
  2. Click Contact us.
  3. Enter a question or keyword, then click Continue.
  4. Select Start a chat.
  5. Enter your information and click Chat now.

Please let me know if there's anything else I can help you with.

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