What is the status of my Electronic filing, I sent fax but not hearing any. Business name is ITEK leaders LLC, email is (REMOVED)

Hi I sent Electronic tax payment services forms in fax but I am not hearing any acknowledgement, I am curious about whats going on, did you receive the form and are you working ? we need some kind of communication. My business name is Itek Leaders LLC with email id as (REMOVED)


Hi there, satti.bindu.

If you’ll want to submit an e-file form request you’ll need to get in touch with the IRS. However, if you want to check your e-file or e-pay status, the steps below will show you how you can do it in QuickBooks Desktop.

To check an e-pay status:

  1. Select Employees from the main menu, then Payroll Center.
  2. From the Payroll Center, select the Pay Liabilities tab.
  3. In the Payment History section, select the E-Payments tab.
  4. If the status isn't dating, toggle between the All Payments tab and the E-Payment tab. Doing so will refresh the list.
  5. Select the View link in the Audit Trail column for more details.

To check an e-file status:

  1. Select Employees, then Payroll Center.
  2. From the Payroll Center, select the File Forms tab.
  3. In the Filing History section, select the E-Filings tab.
  4. If the status isn't updating, toggle between the Saved Filings tab and the E-filing tab. Doing so will refresh the E-Filings list.
  5. Select the View link in the Audit Trail column for more details.

I’m including this article for your reference on how to check your e-file and e-pay status in QBDT: https://community.intuit.com/articles/1762560-check-e-file-or-e-pay-status

Don't hesitate to post again if you have any questions about QuickBooks and Payroll.

Have a good one!

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