I can provide you with easy steps on how you can record these transactions accurately and pay them in QuickBooks Desktop.
If you wish to pay business auto, business owner insurance, and worker's comp under one payment, make sure you have the same account number and vendor for these payroll items. You can check the liabilities you want to pay then create a payment. As an initial step, you need to set up the manual Workers Compensation feature using the Workers Compensation Setup wizard.
Go to the Edit menu, then select Preferences.
Select Payroll and Employees on the left, then go to the Company Preferences tab.
Select Workers Compensation.
Put a check in the Track Workers Comp checkbox. Also, put checks to the following checkboxes:
Display message to assign codes. - to display the Workers Comp messaging in QuickBooks.
Exclude overtime premium from Workers Comp calculation. - to show the overtime premium as a separate item on your report.
Select OK, then OK.
Go to the Employees menu, then select Workers Compensation > Manually Track Existing Workers’ Comp Policy. Complete the Workers Compensation Setup Wizard. Note that this allows you to set up a code for each employee.