My client wants to change an employee who is paid out of 2 companies 50/50 to 75/25. won't this make a mess of the payroll taxes, should I at least wait until the end qtr


Let me share some information about your payroll taxes, attentiontodetai.

If you're referring to the payroll wage and tax calculations in QuickBooks, these are based from the payroll data and transactions you’ve entered. QuickBooks will automatically calculate the taxes after adding all the necessary information.

Adjusting it won’t mess up your taxes if you're going to calculate it and enter it manually when running payroll.

Check the following article for more information about this: Payroll 101. Also, here's wage bases and limits for detailed guidance about wage bases and limits for 2019.

That should get what you need. However, let me know if you mean something else by leaving a comment below. I'm always here to assist. Have a great rest of the day. 

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