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Craig28
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Any CIS gurus out there? When a subcontractor is unverified, QB shows a 0% deduction but it should be 30%. This is a real headache for us. Anyone know a fix?

 
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Best answer March 16, 2023

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paul72
Level 8

Any CIS gurus out there? When a subcontractor is unverified, QB shows a 0% deduction but it should be 30%. This is a real headache for us. Anyone know a fix?

Hi @Craig28 

 

You have to select the correct Category - either Subcontractors (20%) or Subcontractors (30%) - in order for QBO to show a CIS deduction on the Bill.

If the Category does not align with the CIS Rate in the Supplier Address > Additional Information, QBO will show a warning.

 

Hope this helps.

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GeorgiaC
QuickBooks Team

Any CIS gurus out there? When a subcontractor is unverified, QB shows a 0% deduction but it should be 30%. This is a real headache for us. Anyone know a fix?

Hi Craig28, thanks for joining the Community - the verification status shouldn't impact this; have you selected the relevant QuickBooks CIS code on the 'CIS rate' drop-down in the subcontractors settings?  

paul72
Level 8

Any CIS gurus out there? When a subcontractor is unverified, QB shows a 0% deduction but it should be 30%. This is a real headache for us. Anyone know a fix?

Hi @Craig28 

 

You have to select the correct Category - either Subcontractors (20%) or Subcontractors (30%) - in order for QBO to show a CIS deduction on the Bill.

If the Category does not align with the CIS Rate in the Supplier Address > Additional Information, QBO will show a warning.

 

Hope this helps.

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