We just switched to QBO. We pay FUTA weekly and I do not see it listed in the "Pay Taxes" list...only CT W/H and 941. How do I record the payment then?

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I can share some information about FUTA, info.

It's usually removed from your Pay Taxes list once you've paid it already. This Federal unemployment (FUTA) taxes must be paid at the end of the quarter once the liability for the year exceeds $500.

If not, these taxes are due at the end of the year. You'll file this Form 940 at the end of the year to reconcile FUTA.

To check the forms and tax payments that Intuit has handled for you, simply go to your Tax Payments from your Taxes tab.

Check these articles for more information:

That should help you record your payment. Keep me posted about how it goes and if you have other concerns about your tax payments, by leaving a comment below. Take care and have a great rest of the day. 

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