I can not run payh roll. Your payroll will not work for me. I can not ask a person why and what do I have to do to get it to work.
I'm here to ensure you're able to run payroll in QuickBooks Online (QBO), @quinnsigns.
The browser may be full of frequently accessed page resources over time. It can cause unusual behavior in the program, such as being unable to run payroll. Rest assured that I've got the steps you can perform to resolve this.
Let's start by logging into your QBO account using an incognito window. It's a great way to isolate browser-related issues since it doesn't store data in the cache. Here are the keyboard shortcuts:
Google Chrome: CTRL + Shift + N
Safari: Command + Shift + N
Mozilla Firefox or Microsoft Edge: CTRL + Shift + P
Once signed in, go back to the Employees tab from the Workers or Payroll menu. If the Run payroll button works (see the screenshot below) and you're able to save your work, let's clear your main browser's cache. Doing so will help you remove its junk files, so it'll function efficiently. Otherwise, you can use a different browser to give you the best and most secure experience with QBO.
For your second concern, our Customer Support Team may not be available. That's why you're unable to ask for help with a live agent regarding your concern. We have different support hours, depending on the payroll service you have. To learn more about them, check out this article: Support Hours And Types. Just go to the Online Payroll section. Once confirmed, you can now contact them to ensure they can assist you on time.
After processing payroll, I recommend visiting this website: QuickBooks Online Payroll Resource Hub. It provides you articles about effectively managing your employees, paying taxes, and filing forms through the program.
Lastly, I want to make sure I've got your back. Did you receive any error message when trying to run payroll in QBO? Just click the Reply button below to add some details. I'll keep an eye on your response.
You can also count on me if you need anything else. Keep safe always, @quinnsigns.