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Fix rejection code R29 from QuickBooks Payroll

by Intuit Updated 3 weeks ago

If you get an email from us regarding a hold on your payroll account with rejection code R29, this means QuickBooks Payroll isn’t authorized to debit your bank account for payroll tax payments, direct deposits, or other fees.  You may have a fraud protection block on your account. 

Here’s how to fix the issue with your bank so you can continue running your payroll.

Authorize QuickBooks to debit your bank account

Contact your bank’s ACH department and give them our originating/Automated Clearing House (ACH) IDs.  This will let us debit your account for payroll transactions. 

Select your product below to get the IDs. 

Note: Not sure which payroll service you have? Here's how to find your payroll service.

Give your bank all of the ACH ID’s below. 

Tax payments1943345425
Direct deposit debit4462800242
Direct deposit return re-debit5943345425
Subscription fees6943345425
IRS (the IRS direct debits your account for federal taxes)3387702000

Give your bank all of the ACH ID’s below. 

  • 1722616679
  • 5943345425
  • 6943345425
  • 9215986206
  • 9722616000
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