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Filing w2/NJ-W-3

I have Enhanced Payroll support...I filed federal W2 online...Printed NJ-W-3...can't seem to file this online.

Is is done automaticly with the filing of my federal W2 ? Or do I have to mail it?

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Filing w2/NJ-W-3

Hi there, @D221. Congrats on your first post in the Community!

 

The NJ-W-3 form will need to printed and mailed, as the state hasn't made available electronic filings via QuickBooks.

 

I recommend checking out New Jersey Payroll Tax Compliance for additional information on available services.

 

 

Please let me know if there's anything else I can do to be of assistance.Wishing you and your business continued success in all that you do.

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Filing w2/NJ-W-3

Hi there, @D221. Congrats on your first post in the Community!

 

The NJ-W-3 form will need to printed and mailed, as the state hasn't made available electronic filings via QuickBooks.

 

I recommend checking out New Jersey Payroll Tax Compliance for additional information on available services.

 

 

Please let me know if there's anything else I can do to be of assistance.Wishing you and your business continued success in all that you do.

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Filing w2/NJ-W-3

Thanks for the info...

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Filing w2/NJ-W-3

I'm also a business owner in NJ.

How do I generate the state wages info (fields 16 and 17 on the IRS W2 form) for each employee considering quickbooks apparently doesn't process the W2 for my state?

Where can I find this information?

How can I generate a spreadsheet for my state similar to the one that can be generated for federal?

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Filing w2/NJ-W-3

Hello there, @ggossamer.

 

You can pull up the wage state listing report to generate all the state wages information that you need for the W-2 forms.

 

To do that:

  1. Click on Reports at the top menu bar.
  2. Choose Employees & Payroll.
  3. Hit on More Payroll Reports in Excel.
  4. Select Tax Form Worksheets
  5. An Excel file will open and hit on Enable Edit at the top.
  6. Select State Wage Listing on the QuickBooks Tax Worksheet window.
  7. Choose the correct date range and press on Create Report

To learn more about the reports that you can pull up in QuickBooks Desktop and on how you can customize it to show the information that you need, please see these links:

I'm just a few clicks away if you have any other questions, ggossamer. I'd be happy to help. Have a great night!

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Filing w2/NJ-W-3

Thanks for the info....

I realize all of that...

What I wanted was how to file w-NJ-W-3 online and apparently you can't...even though I received a notice from NJ mandating that I file it online.

 

thanks for the reply

 

Dave

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Filing w2/NJ-W-3

Thank you for your help.

 

I'm now having difficulty generating the right information to complete Box 17 - "State income tax". How is this populated? How can I determine what information is used there?

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Filing w2/NJ-W-3

Hey there, @ggossamer. Thanks for providing an update.

 

You can get the total income tax to input into Box 17 by running a Payroll Summary report. It's super easy and only takes a moment. Check it out:

 

  1. Go to ReportsEmployees & Payroll, then Payroll Summary.
  2. Click the Dates drop-down and choose Last Calendar Year.
  3. The number is equal to the amount of the state withholding in question.
  4. You can double-click on the amount to see what transactions contribute to the total.

 

To find out how to obtain the information needed to fill out the NJ W-2, check out: W2 form boxes explained

 

That's it! Please reach out if there's anything else I can do to help, I'm determined to be your number one resource for QuickBooks Desktop Payroll.  Cheers to a safe and productive week ahead!

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