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I set up my payroll taxes on epay, so do I need to do anything else or will they automatically go?

My payroll taxes are scheduled for epay on 2/15/19.  Do I need to do anything else?

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I set up my payroll taxes on epay, so do I need to do anything else or will they automatically go?

Good day, @Titan Sports.


Thanks for visiting the Community. I’m here to help you e-pay your liability payment in QuickBooks Desktop.


Since you’re scheduled to e-pay on 02/15/2019, make sure to submit your liability payment on or before that date. Here’s how:
1.    Go to the Employees menu and select Payroll Center.
2.    In the Payroll Center, click the Pay Liabilities tab.
3.    Select the liability you want to pay under the Pay Taxes & Other Liabilities section.
4.    Click the View/Pay button.
5.    Review the liability, then click the E-Pay button.
6.    Enter your login information in the Agency Login window.
7.    Hit Submit, then Close.


Here’s an article that provides more details and screenshots about the steps: E-pay your tax liability payments in QuickBooks Desktop.


That should answer your question for today. Let me know what else I can do to help. I’ll be more than happy to assist you. Thanks for dropping by and take care!

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QuickBooks Team

I set up my payroll taxes on epay, so do I need to do anything else or will they automatically go?

Hi Titan Sports!

 

I'm happy to know that you've successfully used the e-pay feature.

 

Usually, it would take 24-48 hours to process an e-payment. Please keep an eye on its status in the Payment History section. It'll change to Agency accepted when they will successfully process and complete it.

 

Aside from the article shared by KhimG, you can also check this out: Check e-file or e-pay Status.

 

Feel free to post again if you have more questions.

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QuickBooks Team

I set up my payroll taxes on epay, so do I need to do anything else or will they automatically go?

Good day, @Titan Sports.


Thanks for visiting the Community. I’m here to help you e-pay your liability payment in QuickBooks Desktop.


Since you’re scheduled to e-pay on 02/15/2019, make sure to submit your liability payment on or before that date. Here’s how:
1.    Go to the Employees menu and select Payroll Center.
2.    In the Payroll Center, click the Pay Liabilities tab.
3.    Select the liability you want to pay under the Pay Taxes & Other Liabilities section.
4.    Click the View/Pay button.
5.    Review the liability, then click the E-Pay button.
6.    Enter your login information in the Agency Login window.
7.    Hit Submit, then Close.


Here’s an article that provides more details and screenshots about the steps: E-pay your tax liability payments in QuickBooks Desktop.


That should answer your question for today. Let me know what else I can do to help. I’ll be more than happy to assist you. Thanks for dropping by and take care!

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Level 1

I set up my payroll taxes on epay, so do I need to do anything else or will they automatically go?

Thank  you for your help.  I have already completed those steps.  My taxes are now down in the history box.  Showing paid.  So that's it?  On the 15th it will go as epay?  I don't have to push a specific button or anything?

QuickBooks Team

I set up my payroll taxes on epay, so do I need to do anything else or will they automatically go?

Hi Titan Sports!

 

I'm happy to know that you've successfully used the e-pay feature.

 

Usually, it would take 24-48 hours to process an e-payment. Please keep an eye on its status in the Payment History section. It'll change to Agency accepted when they will successfully process and complete it.

 

Aside from the article shared by KhimG, you can also check this out: Check e-file or e-pay Status.

 

Feel free to post again if you have more questions.

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Level 1

I set up my payroll taxes on epay, so do I need to do anything else or will they automatically go?

I have it set up for epay but it doesn't give me that option when I send them?

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I set up my payroll taxes on epay, so do I need to do anything else or will they automatically go?

Hi there, @sksnoel,

 

It's like possible that you haven't created a schedule for the tax payment. Let's check your Payroll Setup and by following the steps below:

 

 

1. Click the Employees menu, then choose the Payroll Center.
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2. Go to the Pay Liabilities tab.
3. At the bottom, select Change Payment Method under Other Activities.
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4. Tap the Schedule payment section under Tax Payments or Benefit & Other Payments.

5. Double-click the tax you want to create a schedule.
6. Go to Schedule payments section, then pick the tax liability you want to edit or schedule a payment.
7. Select Edit and verify or correct the Payment frequency.
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8. Hit Finish.

 

Check out this article for your reference: Set up and pay scheduled or custom (unscheduled) liabilities


Please let me know what you find by clicking the Reply button below. I'll be glad to help, and I'm looking forward to working with you anytime. Have a good day! 

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