It's nice to see you today in the QuickBooks Community. Thank you for the information you've shared with us about the new requirements for filing the NYS-45 tax form.
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For the new wage reporting requirements for NYS-45, which is to complete all of Part C, including columns d and e, each calendar quarter for all employees will be released at the end of the year. Since federal and state agencies release the bulk of its changes for the upcoming year, our Compliance Team collects all the majority of the supported changes then release them at the end of the year.
Payroll Tax Form NYS-45 has new requirements beginning 2019. Part C, clumns d and e will be m...
I am trying to generate in QuickBooks the NYS-45 and I do not see that part C is coming up with information. I have 10 employees and suppossedy the Form NYS-45-ATT should be generated but it does not show anywhere.
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QuickBooks automatically enter the employee wage and withholding information in Part C of your NYS-45 form. However, since you have 10 employees, you don't need to make entries in that section. You're correct. You need to create the NYS-45-ATT instead.
I'd suggest getting in touch with our Customer Care Team for further assistance. Our phone support can do screen sharing to check your account for anything that might cause this problem to occur.
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