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  • can't e file w-2's

    From the answer: Hi there, .... Thanks for reaching out to us here in the Community.... I'm here to help make sure that you can e-file W-2s in QuickBooks Online (QBO).

  • Can I recall an efiled w-2

    From the answer: Hello there, JAS124.... When some of the numbers changed after submitting the W-2 form, you'll have to file a W-2c form to correct it.

  • 1099 e file

    From the answer: Refreshing your browser is all we need to let the program accept the vendor's EIN, elliotahdcp.... To start, kindly click the Reload icon beside the site's URL.

  • payroll

    From the answer: Hi there, forensicqde .... Thanks for taking the time to reached out to us.... We're sad to let you go but we're happy to help you out.

  • Printing issues with W-2C & W-3C thru the PDF that Intuit uses

    From the answer: Just like with regular the W-2 the W-2c can be printed from QuickBooks (both Desktop and Online) on plain white paper and submitted to the SSA.

  • Manually Entering Payroll Check Numbers

    From the answer: Hi RealityCheckBK ,   We currently have an on-going issue where QuickBooks Online users are getting an error when trying to update check number.

  • Getting copy of IRS form 1096 when using e-file

    From the answer: Hi there, .... I have just the clarification you're looking for.... According to the IRS's most recent publication on Form 1096 , those that file their 1099-MISC forms electronically (such as with Intuit's E-file service) do not need to submit a 1096.

  • payroll

    From the answer: You've reached the right support,  doublehearthealing .... Let's get this working for you.... I want to make sure your payroll taxes are calculating correctly in QuickBooks Desktop.

  • NACHA File Creator

    From the answer: Greetings, .... Welcome and thanks for dropping by the Community.... Intuit strives to treat all businesses fairly and we know that each one has different needs.

  • One company EIN, two locations, two payroll bank accounts

    From the answer: Hi AinFL,   It's doable to use two bank accounts for payroll if you don't use direct deposit.... You'll just have to select an account when you create paychecks.

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