I am trying to prepare my T4s and when I select annual tax forms it says "no forms have been archived"...


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Don't worry, I'll help you find your T4s so you can take care of and send them to your employees. To see 2018's T4 forms, simply select Annual Forms. If, by chance, there aren't any forms there, it would say "There are no forms in this category" instead. With the message you've indicated, it sounds like you may have hit the "View and Print Archived Forms" option. That area is for forms from past years. If you were looking for T4s you had archived from 2017, for instance, you could find them there.

I hope that gets you back on track! I'll include a couple of helpful end-on-year payroll links for you below, but don't hesitate if you have more questions.

Year-end centre: QuickBooks Online Standard Payroll: https://community.intuit.com/browse/quickbooks-online-payroll-ca-enhanced-yearend

Year-end Guide: Information for Advanced Payroll: https://community.intuit.com/articles/1769142

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