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WA-Paid Fam Med Leave Co

The church that I work for only has 12 employees and wants to pay the employee's portion of this tax; however, they are opting out of paying the employer portion since we have fewer than 50 employees. Do I enter 0% for the Employee Portion Rate and 63% for the Company Portion Rate?

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Best answer January 02, 2019

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WA-Paid Fam Med Leave Co

Great to see you here, peachtea!

 

Yes, you can enter 0% for the employee portion and 63% for the company/employer portion since the church will shoulder it. I've got an article about it, you can use it as reference in the future. Please check this out: Washington Paid Family and Medical Leave (New Tax 2019).

 

I'm always here if you have other questions in mind.

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WA-Paid Fam Med Leave Co

Great to see you here, peachtea!

 

Yes, you can enter 0% for the employee portion and 63% for the company/employer portion since the church will shoulder it. I've got an article about it, you can use it as reference in the future. Please check this out: Washington Paid Family and Medical Leave (New Tax 2019).

 

I'm always here if you have other questions in mind.

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WA-Paid Fam Med Leave Co

I do not have the WA paid family medical leave showing up on my payroll item list?  I have the current updates, so what I am doing wrong?

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WA-Paid Fam Med Leave Co

Hello there, @tjharts.

 

Thank you for joining and adding details this thread. I can help you more in setting up the WA Paid Family and Medical Leave in QuickBooks Desktop.

 

The option to view and change the rate of the WA Paid Family and Medical Leave is under your employee's profile. I'd be happy to walk you through the steps:

  1. Click Employees.
  2. Choose Employee Center.
  3. Double-click the employee name.
  4. Select the Payroll Info tab.
  5. Click the Taxes.
  6. Select the Other tab.
  7. Select the item and update the rate.
  8. Click OK to save changes.

 

You can refer to this article for more details: Washington Paid Family and Medical Leave (New Tax 2019).

 

That's it. Let me know if you have more questions about payroll. I'm always here if you need further assistance. Have a blissful day!

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