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  • Payroll taxes

    From the answer: First off, you need to understand the nature of payroll expenses and payroll liabilities.... The expense to the company is the gross payroll amount plus the employer's share of payroll taxes.

  • 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.

  • 1099' contractor's address is showing ujp incorrect only on the Intuit Quickbooks for mac payroll app and it's correct everwhere else. How can I correct it?

    From the answer: We can refresh the app to let QuickBooks recognize the correct address, blacdirt.... Resetting the QBO Mac app removes the unnecessary program files that cause unusual behaviors.

  • payroll end period on 941

    From the answer: Pay period is immaterial in when payroll is posted or when liabilities are due.... Pay DATE overrides all.

  • How to Set Up Payroll for Agricultural Employers that Pay Both Shares of Medicare and Social Security

    From the answer: Welcome to our forums, and thank you for connecting with us, ,   I can add some information about setting up taxes and processing payroll in QuickBooks Desktop.

  • Updating SUI rate. I went through all the steps by all the rates are not showing up on my paycheck detail or liabilities table.

    From the answer: Hello there,  RoxRip .... Thanks for posting your question here in the Community.... I'll be glad to clear this up for you.

  • Payroll tax exemptions

    From the answer: Hi there, .... Thank you for posting in the Community.... I'd be happy to help you set up payroll taxes in QuickBooks Desktop.

  • payroll history missing

    From the answer: Hello there, .... I'm glad you've reached out to us.... Let me help you record the missing payroll data in your QuickBooks Desktop.

  • I already filed my w2s, but I need to add 3 more. How do I do that?

    From the answer: Hi  mcpprod ,   You'll want to check the status of the form to see if it's not yet transmitted.... You can delete and re-submit it.

  • 941 Quarterly Deposit Schedules

    From the answer: Unless the IRS has informed you that you are a 944 annual filer then most likely you are a 941 quarterly filer.

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