Since up date Social Security is 3 times what it should be. Live in Texas


Hi there, dchandler32,

Thanks for reaching out to the Community about your Social Security issue.

To help us fix the problem, let’s try updating your tax table to the latest version to refresh the payroll updates. This also provides the most current and accurate rates and calculations for supported state and federal tax tables.

To do this task, here's how:

  1. Go to the Employees menu.
  2. Select Get Payroll Updates.
  3. Put a check in the Download Entire Update checkbox.
  4. Select Download Latest Update.

After updating the tax table, a window will appear with a message saying A new tax table and/or updates to your payroll tax forms have been installed on your computer, then click OK.

Once the download is complete, to make sure you are guided with the whole process of updating the latest tax table version, you can refer to this article: Download the latest payroll tax table.

To verify how the process works, try to check if the challenges persist.

Keep me posted on how things go. I'm always here to further assist. Have a great day!

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