My quarterly tax payments are not recording properly under Taxes/quarterly. Detail in the field indicate a payment submission, and acceptance but shows 0 paid


You can record the payment in a few easy steps, mlsara.

Just mark the amount from your transactions page as Estimated Taxes in order to record it as an Amount paid on your Quarterly Taxes page. 

Here’s how:

  • If the bank where you processed the payment isn't connected to QuickBooks Self-Employed, then you can manually add a business expense and tag it as Estimated Taxes
  • If the bank is connected, just go to your Transactions page, locate the payment and categorize it right away as Estimated Taxes.

You can check this schedule C Taxes and Licenses category article for more information. Also, I'll be adding a screenshot below for your reference.

That should help you record your quarterly tax payments. If I can be of additional assistance in recording your tax payments, or anything else about your QBSE account, let me know by leaving a comment below. Take care and enjoy the rest of the week.

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