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QuickBooks Desktop Payroll April 2018 price increase

Learn answers to some frequently asked questions about the QuickBooks Desktop Payroll price increase effective April 1, 2018.

New list prices for QuickBooks Desktop Payroll subscriptions will be effective on April 1, 2018. For existing customers, updates to billing plans will take place on the first payment due on or after April 1, 2018.

The following are answers to some frequently asked questions about this price increase.

No. The per employee fee for existing QuickBooks Desktop Payroll subscriptions did not change.

However, prices are always subject to change as per your subscription agreement with QuickBooks Desktop Payroll/Intuit.

Yes, the new pricing took effect on April 1, 2018.

Unfortunately not. You will need to subscribe at the current market price.

At Intuit, we strive to deliver the best product at the lowest cost to our customers by investing in technology that makes QuickBooks Desktop Payroll easier to use.

We keep up with the increasingly frequent and complex changes in payroll regulations. We take care of them for you by ensuring that our tax tables are always up to date, so you stay compliant with the government.

Additionally, we introduce new and improved features with the annual Desktop launch. For example, in the most recent QuickBooks Desktop 2018, we introduced an Employee Pay Adjustments History report that makes it easy to review employee earnings history for human resources purposes.

Whether it's helping you stay compliant with payroll tax regulations, pay employees quickly, or stay organized, we are continuing to enhance QuickBooks Desktop Payroll to get your payroll done.

Price increases are tied to product enhancements, future product development, and not to a calendar schedule.

As per your subscription agreement with QuickBooks/Intuit, prices are subject to change.

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