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  • Quickbooks Migration Tool - 'something's not right - try again later' - Work Around

    From the answer: Thank you for sharing this workaround,  Sherwood_Valley_I .... This would be a great help for other users who are experiencing the same issue.

  • Payroll taxes are not withholding following upgrade to 2019

    From the answer: Let's do one last to update to fix this, WTRElectric.... After upgrading your QuickBooks version, you'd also have to update your payroll.

  • Account balance errors after condensing data

    From the answer: Hey there,  SIGMA03 .... Condensing your company file removes transaction detail and list entries in QuickBooks.

  • Payroll summary by customer state

    From the answer: Thanks for providing the details of your concern, .... At this time, dividing the Payroll Summary by Customer Type is unavailable.

  • Error 6123, 0

    From the answer: There is no repeat no direct restore into qb2019 from even same version of qb2008.... Simple start(desktop)  which is no longer available was free but upgrading to Pro never involved restoring a backup.

  • Printing issues

    From the answer: Sounds like a printer install or sharing issue.... Can you print from other programs?... It may be file/folder sharing restrictions since you cannot print from the server to local.

  • Pay rate history

    From the answer: QB doesn't track the actual rate changes on the employee record, but it does track on the paychecks how much you actually pay the employee and the rate of pay.

  • Payroll Not Updating

    From the answer: I appreciate the steps you've done and for adding some screenshots, .... The Payroll Subscription Alert should not show downloading the latest payroll update .

  • Change Order "pop-up" not coming up when changing estimate

    From the answer: Nice to see you here in the Community, .... Let's go over to your preferences so you can see the Add Change Order pop-up when editing an old estimate.

  • Multiple wages

    From the answer: You can enter as many earnings items as you want on a paycheck.... As long as the pay rates are in compliance with your local laws, it's fine to pay with as many categories (items) as desired.

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