I already prepare and file, (electronically, epay, the RT-6 through QuickBooks). However, QuickBooks continuing showing "Pay Taxes & Other Liabilities FL Unemployment In


Hello there, francisco.pol,

Filing the RT-6 form through QuickBooks should remove the taxes due from the Pay Taxes and Other Liabilities tab. However, since you still see FL unemployment in the list, it’s possible the payment was not successfully saved. Let me guide you on how to fix this.

Here's how to record the payment:

  1. Go to Employees, then choose Payroll Center.
  2. Select the Pay Liabilities tab.
  3. Under the Pay Taxes & Other Liabilities section, select FL Unemployment.
  4. Click the View/Pay button.
  5. Make sure the date and amounts are correct.
  6. Select the Check radio button for the payment method and enter E-pay on the Check No. above.
  7. Click Save & Close.

Once completed, the liability will be removed and the payment is recorded.

For the detailed steps, you can check out this article: Set up and Pay Scheduled or Custom (unscheduled) Liabilities.

Please let me know if you have other payroll concerns. I'm just around if you need help.

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