I'm in virginia and this week along with my va state tax I have North Carolina tax forms due! don't pay taxes in north carolina! its a glitch help!

It really scares me when glitches like this happen. My to do list is telling me I have South Carolina taxes forms to file even though they are blank. I have never paid taxes in South carolina. Anyone know whats going on?

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Hi petitepetinn,

It's possible that one of your employees is set up in North Carolina, that's why QuickBooks is prompting you to pay the tax. You can run the Payroll Summary report to see how the employees are set up.

Here's how:

  1. Click Reports on the upper menu.
  2. Select Employees & Payroll.
  3. Choose Payroll Summary.
  4. Go to the North Carolina tax and double-click the amount to see the list of employees that are set up in NC.
Once done, you can edit the employee's information in QuickBooks Desktop.

Here's how: 
  1. Click Employees menu on the upper part.
  2. Select Employee Center.
  3. Double-click the employee and change the correct information.
  4. Click OK.
Here's an article for the detailed steps: Change State Taxes For An Employee.

Please let me know if you have any other questions. I'm right here to help you.
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