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I converted to ADP proll in July '19 thru y/end, and wish to convert back to Qbks. I need to add ADP pay and taxes for Jan -Feb. 23 2020 to Qbks. How?

I have pulled "payroll details" from ADP for payrolls ended Jan 02, 2020 thru Feb. 23, 2020. There are 10 employees, 5 biweekly payrolls. I plan to enter each employee's category totals; gross pay and taxes, employer paid, etc. Where and how do I enter these into the employees records?
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I converted to ADP proll in July '19 thru y/end, and wish to convert back to Qbks. I need to add ADP pay and taxes for Jan -Feb. 23 2020 to Qbks. How?

You can enter historical payroll data, @klm5115.

 

You'll want to enter paychecks that you have issued the year before using the payroll service. The data you'll enter ensures correct year-to-date totals on your paychecks.

 

Here's how:

  1. Access the Payroll Setup Interview.
  2. Proceed to step 5: Year-to-Date Payrolls.
  3. Select Continue.
  4. Choose Yes if your company has issued paychecks this year. If there was no payroll click No and hit Continue.
  5. On the next screen, you have three choices: PaychecksTax Payments, and Non-Tax Payments. Hit Edit on Paychecks.
  6. In the Enter Paychecks by Employee window
  7. Click Finish Later to close the QuickBooks Payroll Setup window.

 For more information about entering historical payroll data, please click this article: Enter historical payroll data.

 

Also, if you need to enter payments that you've already made for taxes and other payroll liabilities from the beginning of the calendar year, you can refer to this article. Enter historical tax payments in QuickBooks Desktop Payroll.

 

If there’s anything else I can help you with, leave a comment below. I’ll be right here to assist further. Take care.

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