My accountant made a payment to the IRS and I need to know how to log it into my payroll liabilities as an epay even though the payment was not made from my computer? Thank you
It’s great to see you in the QuickBooks Community, rfish.
I’ll be your guide today on how to enter tax payments made by your accountant.
To ensure that your tax deposits and filings are accurate, you’ll have to input the transactions via the Enter prior payments method. Let me walk you through the steps.
There you go. The tax payments should now be recorded in your account.
Let me know in the comment section if you have any questions or concerns. Have a pleasant day ahead!
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Please Learn from this input. You keep giving the most convoluted directions. That isn't Required and leads to errors.
All you need to do is Pay Liabilities, viewing the check, and change the Status that it is Not to Send or To Print; put "EFT" for the Check #. You don't need any after the fact payroll or YTD adjustments or "affect Liability" or not. All you need is the Entry as the placeholder to "do the bookkeeping that reflects what happened in real life."
That is a Liability Check, selecting the same tax item(s), payee, amounts, and for the same Date as they paid it outside of the system.