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I'll guide you through recording a tax payment in the program.
If the payroll tax is from a prior tax period and no longer appears in the list of due taxes, you can perform the steps below:
Once the payment is recorded, it will reduce the liability showing due in your account.
If you've already paid a tax outside the system but the tax payment still appears due, here are the steps:
After that, it will remove the amount from showing up as due and it won't post to the register.
To confirm that your tax payment was recorded, you can run the Payroll Tax Payments report. Here's how:
You can check out the QuickBooks Online Payroll section for more information through this article: Entering Prior Tax Payments.
If you'll need to manually enter a sales tax payment, you can perform the steps below:
In the Sales Tax Owed list, choose the tax agency you're recording the payment for.
Click Record Tax Payment at the bottom of the list.
Enter the necessary information.
Select Record Tax Payment if you don't need to print the sales tax check.
If you need to print a check for the payment, check Print a Check box. Then, select Record Payment and Print Check.
For more details, you can go through this helpful article: Manage Sales Tax Payment.
The steps and resources above will help you achieve your goal for today, @MDF1.
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