Tag: QuickBooks Online Payroll

  • How to enter 3-rd party payroll transactions manually in QuickBooks Online Paychex ADP

    QuickBooks Online — How to enter 3rd party ADP & Paychex payroll transactions manually in QuickBooks> Run the following reports to reconcile the accounts: ADP: Payroll Detail Summary Report Payroll Liability Report Paychex: Cash Requirement Report Payroll Journal Report QuickBooks Online 2022 — Guide to Getting Started Tutorial QuickBooks Online Video Tutorials

  • Resolve payroll tax overpayments or underpayments

    Resolve tax overpayments or underpayments QuickBooks Help From the article: Why do I have an overpayment? The most common causes of tax overpayments and underpayments are: Incorrectly entered tax rate; in particular, the state unemployment insurance (SUI) rate. Paychecks added or deleted after the tax payment was approved for the payroll period. Incorrect reconciliation of […]

  • Does QuickBooks automatically adjust employer payroll tax rates at the beginning of a new year

    QuickBooks Online automatically updates the federal tax rates. However, for state taxes, you’ll need to manually edit your State Unemployment Insurance (SUI) and State Disability Insurance (SDI) tax rates for this year (if necessary) through the Payroll Settings. Here’s how to do it: Click on the Gear icon. Choose Payroll Settings. Click on the Tax […]

  • How to enter or change state unemployment insurance (SUI) tax rates

    How to enter or change state unemployment insurance (SUI) tax rates QuickBooks Help From the article: This article provides steps to enter or change your State Unemployment Insurance (SUI) rate as well as setting the effective date …  

  • California Retirement Plan “Secure Choice” details

    California Retirement Plan “Secure Choice” details California State legislation has passed on a new requirement for California employers to provide a retirement plan for employees. As it stands today the administration of the law is still pending on how it will be implemented for all employers. Companies that currently have retirement plans will not need […]