1 - Select Reports, then scroll down to Payroll. 2 - Select Payroll Details. 3 - On the date range, select Custom. 4 - Enter the dates to match your liability period. 5 - Review the report to make sure all paychecks are there, and review the employee and employer tax amounts.
(*Ok, ok - as easy as 1-2-3-4-5, but still super easy, we promise!)
#3 - When does the money get taken from my bank account?
But remember, to be safe and to prevent any delays in processing your payment, make sure to have the funds available when you file.
#4 - Did my payment go through? How can I check the status of it?
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You can delay your payment until the due date as determined by the IRS and your State taxing authority, so if you need a little extra time it pays to check and see what they have listed as the date and time.
Just make sure you get those payments filed on time, as you may be subject to late filing penalties and interest if you miss the cutoff date.
#6 - I paid my taxes already, why is it showing up as overdue?
Did you make your payment outside of QuickBooks Payroll?
#9 - I got a notice saying I overpaid my taxes, now what??
You can resolve most overpayments by yourself - as long as they fall under one of these categories: - Federal overpayments (940, 941, and 944) - State unemployment insurance (SUI) overpayments - SIT overpayment (for some states)
If you have an overpayment that doesn’t fall into one of these categories, then you will want to check out our article about resolving tax overpayments. (It also goes over the steps on how to resolve the ones you can on your own.)