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Hi I overpaid UI

HI, I got a letter from NY department of labor unemployment insurance saying that I have overpaid them, how can I resolve it?

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Best answer 09-09-2019

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QuickBooks Team

Hi there, abrahamgluck! You can absolutely resolve your S...

Hi there, @AbrahamGluck!

 

You can absolutely resolve your SUI tax overpayments. I'm here to help you accomplish this.

 

But please note that additional payrolls can increase your tax liabilities for the period if you haven't run your final payroll.

 

Nevertheless, here's how you can resolve your tax overpayment:

  1. Go to Taxes.
  2. Select Payroll Tax.
  3. Click Pay Taxes.
  4. Choose Resolve Overpayment.
  5. Select Get a refund or Apply to the next period.
  6. Click Mark as resolved.

In addition, here's an article you can read to learn more about resolving your tax overpayments: Resolve Tax Overpayments or Underpayments.

 

Lastly, you can also check this helpful article for your future reference: Online DIY Payroll Year Guide.

 

It'll be always my pleasure to help if you have any other questions. I'll be always around keeping an eye for your response.

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QuickBooks Team

Hi there, abrahamgluck! You can absolutely resolve your S...

Hi there, @AbrahamGluck!

 

You can absolutely resolve your SUI tax overpayments. I'm here to help you accomplish this.

 

But please note that additional payrolls can increase your tax liabilities for the period if you haven't run your final payroll.

 

Nevertheless, here's how you can resolve your tax overpayment:

  1. Go to Taxes.
  2. Select Payroll Tax.
  3. Click Pay Taxes.
  4. Choose Resolve Overpayment.
  5. Select Get a refund or Apply to the next period.
  6. Click Mark as resolved.

In addition, here's an article you can read to learn more about resolving your tax overpayments: Resolve Tax Overpayments or Underpayments.

 

Lastly, you can also check this helpful article for your future reference: Online DIY Payroll Year Guide.

 

It'll be always my pleasure to help if you have any other questions. I'll be always around keeping an eye for your response.

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