I have been manually processing payroll from a 3rd party payroll vendor using QuickBooks Pro 2011 (Windows version) and recently switched over to Mac and also upgraded my QuickBooks to the Desktop for Mac 2019 and I can't seem to figure out how to manually enter payroll information. I know Quickbooks wants businesses to use there payroll services but we are not ready or in a position to switch right now. I also see that there have been other responses and instructions given as to how one can set up manual payroll processing but they do not fit/work with the Desktop for Mac 2019 version.
Any help before I invest a ton of time to figure out my own way to manually enter the payroll information would be greatly appreciated.
Entering the payroll information manually is also available in QuickBooks Desktop for Mac. This process involves setting up your employees, setting up accounts and writing a check for the employee.
For the detailed steps about this process, please refer to this article: https://qblittlesquare.com/2011/02/payroll-i-want-to-do-it-myself/.
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The link to the article is down. In fact the site is down. Please advise when the article is back up. I need this information badly.
Thanks for reaching out to us, @Account_Sponge.
Can you provide me a screenshot of the error message stating the site is down? The Little Square site is working fine on my end, and I can view the article about entering payroll manually without any issue.
It’s possible that local internet files are the reason behind this unexpected behavior. Cache tends to hold onto information, and over time may cause problems in your web pages. Clearing it on a regular basis usually prevents this from happening in the future.
Let’s first verify by loading the site using a different browser or a private window. Here’s how:
If it works, clear the browser’s cache. Here’s an article to help you with the process: Delete or Disable cache and temporary internet files in your web browser.
However, if you continue to get the same result, I recommend reaching out to the Customer Care Team for further assistance. They have additional tools to check the root cause of the issue.
Here’s how to get in touch with phone support:
Please let me know how everything turns out and the call goes. I’m always here to keep helping. Have a good one!
Yes - the site is down temporarily. We are working to restore it. Check again in a couple days.