When submitting Employer Payment Summary (EPS), it doesn't include the Statutory Sick Pay (SSP). Hence, your EPS report shows blank or empty. Also, marking the employee SSP will automatically reflect on the FPS you sent to HMRC which they are already notified for it.
You can also use this link for reference about the process: Employer Payment Summary (EPS) in QuickBooks Online Advanced Payroll.
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So what I think I gather from this is that the EPS is only required if you are due a refund for any of the four statutory payments, not including SSP, and that the EPS is not required if three are none of those. The End of year instructions are a bit confusing.
Thanks for coming back to us, @Oliver. I've read the entire conversation and I understand that you're trying to run a payroll report, but the report is empty.
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Here are great articles that talk about year-end payroll in QuickBooks Advanced Payroll:
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