I am setting up payroll for my client and am to the point to print form 8655. Who is PayCycle Inc?

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Hello there, tmillercpa,

Thank you for choosing QuickBooks Online Payroll (QBOP) as your payroll provider.

I'd be glad to share some information with you about PayCycle Inc.

PayCycle Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Intuit and now called Intuit Online Payroll.

Your federal electronic service (e-service) will be activated in one to three banking days from the time we process your authorization form (8655 form).

Once active, here are the steps to follow in paying taxes and filing forms electronically:

Pay Taxes

  1. From the left menu, select Taxes, then Payroll Tax.
  2. Under Taxes, select Pay Taxes.
  3. Click Create Payment.
  4. Click E-pay.
  5. Confirm your payment.
  6. Select Done.

File Forms

  1. From the left menu, select Taxes, then Payroll Tax
  2. Under Forms, select Quarterly forms or Annual forms.
  3. Select the form you want to file.
  4. View the form to double check.
  5. Click Submit.

For additional information about setting up e-services, you can read through these articles: 

Please watch this video to get started with setting up your employees and running your first payroll: 

To learn how to create paychecks in QBOP, you can go through this article for the detailed steps: Create paychecks in online payroll.

Drop me a line if there's anything I can help you with concerning payroll. I'd be glad to help.

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