why does this knowledge base page show payroll for india but that isnt on the website ? https://community.intuit.com/articles/1770949-how-to-run-payroll


This knowledge base page shows instructions on how to deal with india payroll and attendance and salary calculations and jv entries but the same are absent in the website?


Hi Ferdous,

Watch this quick video to understand how to enable payroll in QuickBooks: 

You can use payroll by getting a third party app supported by QuickBooks. To do that, please follow these steps:

1. In the left navigation bar, click Apps.
2. Click Find Apps.
3. You may run a search in the Search for an app box or select an application from Browse Category >> Payroll. Follow the instructions on the screen to add the payroll app to QuickBooks Online.

Please note that app subscription costs are not covered in your QuickBooks Online subscription and support for apps is handled by the app provider.

Hope this helps!

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