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When can we expect a report detailing all the payroll information required ( as provided by ADP, Paychex, gusto and others) to apply for the PPP loan?

 
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When can we expect a report detailing all the payroll information required ( as provided by ADP, Paychex, gusto and others) to apply for the PPP loan?

Hi, Briansakely.

I have a report to help. The Payroll Summary report should have the information necessary to apply to the PPP loan. Let me show you how to view it. Just follow these steps:

  1. Select Reports, then Employees and Payroll.
  2. Select Payroll Summary.
  3. Adjust the date range to reflect at least the last 12 months.

It will include the necessary information such as gross pay, company-paid premiums for group health insurance and business contributions to employee retirement plans. If there's anything else I can provide to assist please let me know.

 

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QuickBooks Team

When can we expect a report detailing all the payroll information required ( as provided by ADP, Paychex, gusto and others) to apply for the PPP loan?

Hi Briansakely. We are working on updates to all the Intuit Payroll Products to make these changes as easy as possible during this stressful time. Here's a link to a webpage to keep an eye on, it's our Paycheck Protection Program information page. It contains all release news on the new PPP application feature coming. Let me know if there are any other questions or concerns I'll be happy to help.

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When can we expect a report detailing all the payroll information required ( as provided by ADP, Paychex, gusto and others) to apply for the PPP loan?

Wow, way to avoid the question.  I wanted a report, not an application through Quickbooks.  Judging by your company's blazing-fast responses to all of the questions like mine, I'm sure by the time you have your online application ready, the funds will have run out!

QuickBooks Team

When can we expect a report detailing all the payroll information required ( as provided by ADP, Paychex, gusto and others) to apply for the PPP loan?

Hi, Briansakely.

I have a report to help. The Payroll Summary report should have the information necessary to apply to the PPP loan. Let me show you how to view it. Just follow these steps:

  1. Select Reports, then Employees and Payroll.
  2. Select Payroll Summary.
  3. Adjust the date range to reflect at least the last 12 months.

It will include the necessary information such as gross pay, company-paid premiums for group health insurance and business contributions to employee retirement plans. If there's anything else I can provide to assist please let me know.

 

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When can we expect a report detailing all the payroll information required ( as provided by ADP, Paychex, gusto and others) to apply for the PPP loan?

How do I have to withdraw my PPP application 

Level 1

When can we expect a report detailing all the payroll information required ( as provided by ADP, Paychex, gusto and others) to apply for the PPP loan?

How do I have to withdraw my PPP application 

QuickBooks Team

When can we expect a report detailing all the payroll information required ( as provided by ADP, Paychex, gusto and others) to apply for the PPP loan?

Nice to have you here in the Community, @Alamu.

 

I'm happy to discuss withdrawing your PPP application in more detail with you. I sent you a private message on here, so we can talk about this further.

 

Enjoy the rest of your day!

 

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