Hopefully I am able to explain this correctly. We wrote an employee's final paycheck and it was issued in the 1st quarter and mailed to her new house. She contacted me and let me know she was unable to get it because they haven't gotten the keys to the new house.
With all the Covid precautions, I offered to do direct deposit for her and void the first check. So
If the taxes due is for the direct deposit we made, it already include to the next quarter since taxes are based on the paycheck date and not on the pay period. I suggest reaching out to your accountant on how we can account the voided check and further details to make payroll liability adjustments.
Here are a few articles that can help us when creating direct deposits and taxes: