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How QuickBooks Populates The 941

Learn how QuickBooks Online and Desktop populates the lines on the Form 941.

Employers must file a quarterly Form 941 to report wages paid, tips your employees have received, federal income tax withheld, and both the employer's and employee's share of social security and Medicare taxes. Form 941 is due by the last day of the month that follows the end of the quarter.

For the quarter Form 941 is due
January 1 to March 31 April 30
April 1 to June 30 July 31
July 1 to September 30 October 31
October 1 to December 31 January 31

Note: If any due date for filing shown above falls on a Saturday, Sunday or legal holiday, you may file your return on the next business day.

Update 2020
In July of 2020, the IRS added new fields to the form 941. Choose the lines below for more details.

Lines on page 1

For a detailed explanation of each line, refer to the General Instructions for Form 941.

See how QuickBooks populates each lines and an equivalent report from your payroll software.

QuickBooks pulls the information for the "Name" of the company from the "Legal Name" in Company information.

The "Trade Name" is the name given to your company in the "Name" section of the company information.

To verify/update your employer name and address in QuickBooks, see steps below:

Online Payroll

  1. Select the Gear icon at the top then Payroll Settings.
  2. Go to General Tax information and under Company General Tax Information, update your Filing Name and Filing Address.

Desktop Payroll

  1. Go to Company, select My Company.
  2. Select the Edit icon then go to the Contact Information and Legal Information tabs to make necessary correction to the address.
  3. Select OK. Note that you’ll have to create a new form once you’ve change your company address.

QuickBooks uses the quarter end date that has most recently passed unless you specify a different date.

If you had any employees paid with a pay period that included the date of March 12 (for Q1), June 12 (for Q2), September 12 (for Q3), or December 12 (for Q4), they are counted here.

QuickBooks calculates the total wages, tips, bonuses, overtime pay, etc., that are subject to federal income tax, and paid to the employee during the reporting year. Wages earned in the reporting year, but paid in the following year, are not included. Certain deductions that are not taxable to federal income tax such as 401(k), pre-tax medical, fringe benefits, etc., can affect this box.

See Taxability of pay types and deductions  to learn how they affect this box.

Online Payroll

  1. Select Reports and search for the Payroll Details report.
  2. Scroll to the bottom of the report.
  3. In the Total section:
    1. Review the total wages and deductions for the quarter affected.
    2. Subtract pre-tax items that are not included in Line 2 such as 401(k), pre-tax medical, fringe benefits, etc.

Desktop Payroll

  1. Run the Payroll Item Listing report.
  2. Filter the report, and in the Columns, uncheck everything but the Payroll Item and Tax Tracking Type.
  3. Print the report.
  4. Put a checkmark next to any item that has a tax-tracking type of:
    • Compensation
    • Reported Tips
    • Dependent Care FSA
    • Section 457 Distribution
    • Non-qual. Plan Distribution
    • Fringe Benefits
    • Other Moving Expenses
    • 401(k)
    • 403(b)
    • 408(k)(6)SEP
    • Elective 457(b)
    • Simple IRA
    • Taxable Grp Trm Life
    • Med Care Flex Spend
    • Premium Only/125
    • SCorp Pd Med Premium
    • HSA Co. (Taxable)
    • HSA Emp. (Pretax)
  5. Now run a Payroll Summary report for the quarter.
  6. Select Customize Report, then select Filters tab.
  7. Under Current filter choices, select Payroll Item. In the dropdown box in the middle, pick Multiple Payroll Items.
  8. Check off all the payroll items you marked earlier. Line 2 is equal to the total of the Adjusted Gross Pay and Total Employer Taxes and Contributions.

    If any of them should not track the way they are, then modify the payroll item:

    1. Go to the Payroll Item List.
    2. Double click the payroll item in question.
    3. Select Next until you get to Tax Tracking Type.
    4. Correct the tax-tracking type, then select Next until you reach Finish.
    5. This will correct the form, but if the taxability changed, a payroll checkup should be run to correct the taxable wage bases.

QuickBooks adds the total of the Federal Withholding (FIT) from the paychecks for the quarter.

Online Payroll

  1. Run a Payroll Details report. Look for the FIT amount and compare the numbers.

To prevent this from occurring in the future, obtain an updated W-4 from your employee:

  1. Select Workers or Payroll menu, then select Employees.
  2. Select the employee name to access their Employee details.
  3. Select Edit Employee to update the employee information.
  4. Scroll to Step 4, withholding, then select Edit.
  5. Update the withholding information as needed.

Desktop Payroll

  1. Run a Payroll Summary report for the quarter. The total of the Federal Withholding should equal line 3.
  2. If you have Basic, Standard, Enhanced Payroll: enter a liability adjustment for that employee. The amount of the adjustment may then need to be collected from or refunded to the employee.

To prevent this from occurring in the future, obtain an updated W-4 from your employee:

  1. Go to Employee Center, then select Employees Tab.
  2. Double click the employee's name.
  3. Change tabs to Payroll Info, then select Taxes.
  4. Correct the filing status and allowances as necessary.

QuickBooks does not check this box for you.

QuickBooks supplies Column 1 from the wage base for Social Security minus the wage base tips. Column 2 is a calculated amount.

Online Payroll

  1. Select Reports, then search for Payroll Details report.
  2. Next to Date Range select a quarter, then select Run Report.
  3. Under Total view the wage totals and subtract the tips totals. The result should match column 1 in Line 5a.

Desktop Payroll

  1. Go to Reports, select Employees & Payroll, then select Payroll Summary.
  2. Select Customize Report, then select the Display tab.
  3. Select Last Calendar Quarter from the Dates dropdown list.
  4. In the Display columns by dropdown list, select Total Only, then clear the Hours and Rates checkboxes.
  5. Select the Filters tab.
  6. Choose Payroll Item in the Filter dropdown list, then choose Selected payroll items in the Payroll Item dropdown list.
  7. In the Payroll Item window, select Federal Withholding, Medicare Company, Medicare Employee, Social Security Company, and Social Security Employee. Clear any other selected items, then select OK.
  8. Select OK to return to the Payroll Summary report.
  9. Double-click the "Social Security Employee Total" amount to display the Transactions by Payroll Item report. The Wage Base column total minus the Wage Base (Tips) column total should equal line 5a, Column 1.

Qualified Sick Leave Wages are the sum of the new wage types with the National Paid Sick Leave - EMP and National Sick Leave- Family (Up to the annual Social Security wage Limit for each employee).

Qualified Sick Leave Wages are subject only to the employee portion of Social Security.

Online Payroll

  1. Select Reports, then search for the Payroll Tax Liability report.
  2. Next to Date Range select a quarter, then select Run Report.
  3. Under Federal 941/944 section view the wage totals for each of the new wage types indicated above.
  4. The result in the Tax Amount column for: National Paid Sick Leave:Employee and National Paid Sick Leave:Family should match in 5a(i) Column 1.

Desktop Payroll

  1. Select Reports at the top of the page.
  2. Select Employees and Payroll, then Payroll Summary.
  3. Next to Dates select a quarter.
  4. In Show Columns, select Total only.
  5. Scroll to the bottom and locate National Paid Leave-Employee item.

Online Payroll

  1. Select Reports, then search for the Payroll Tax Liability report.
  2. Next to Date Range select a quarter, then select Run Report.
  3. Under Federal Taxes 941/944 section view the wage totals for each of the new wage types indicated above.
  4. The result in the Tax Amount column for: Family Medical Leave Expansion Act Paid Leave. Should match in 5a(ii) Column 1.

Desktop Payroll

  1. Select Reports at the top of the page.
  2. Select Employees and Payroll, then Payroll Summary.
  3. Next to Dates select a quarter.
  4. In Show Columns , select Total only.
  5. Scroll to the bottom and locate National Paid Leave-Family item.

QuickBooks supplies Column 1 from the wage base tips for Social Security. Column 2 is a calculated amount.

Online Payroll

  1. Select Reports, then search for Payroll Details report.
  2. Next to Date Range select a quarter, then select Run Report.
  3. Under Total view the wage totals and subtract the tips totals. The result should match column 1 in Line 5a.

Desktop Payroll

  1. Go to Reports, select Employees & Payroll, then select Payroll Summary.
  2. Select Customize Report, then select the Display tab.
  3. Select Last Calendar Quarter from the Dates dropdown list.
  4. In the Display columns by dropdown list, select Total Only, then clear the Hours and Rates checkboxes.
  5. Select the Filters tab.
  6. Choose Payroll Item in the Filter dropdown list, then choose Selected payroll items in the Payroll Item dropdown list.
  7. In the Payroll Item window, select Federal Withholding, Medicare Company, Medicare Employee, Social Security Company, and Social Security Employee. Clear any other selected items, then select OK.
  8. Select OK to return to the Payroll Summary report.
  9. Double-click the "Social Security Employee Total" amount to display the Transactions by Payroll Item report. The Wage Base column total minus the Wage Base (Tips) column total should equal line 5a, Column 1.

QuickBooks supplies the number for Column 1 from the wage base for Medicare. Column 2 is a calculated amount.

Online Payroll

  1. Select Reports, then search for Payroll Details report.
  2. Next to Date Range select a quarter, then select Run Report.
  3. Under Federal Taxes (941/944), view the taxable wages for Medicare.

Desktop Payroll

  1. Go to Reports, select Employees & Payroll, then select Payroll Summary.
  2. Select Customize Report, then select the Display tab.
  3. Select Last Calendar Quarter from the Dates dropdown list.
  4. In the Display columns by dropdown list, select Total Only, then clear the Hours and Rates checkboxes.
  5. Select the Filters tab.
  6. Choose Payroll Item in the Filter dropdown list, then choose Selected payroll items in the Payroll Item dropdown list.
  7. In the Payroll Item window, select Federal Withholding, Medicare Company, Medicare Employee, Social Security Company, and Social Security Employee. Clear any other selected items, then select OK.
  8. Select OK to return to the Payroll Summary report.
  9. Double-click the "Medicare Employee Total" amount to display the Transactions by Payroll Item report. The Wage Base column total minus the Wage Base (Tips) column total should equal line 5a, Column 1.

QuickBooks supplies the number for Column 1 from the wage base for Medicare Employee Addl Tax. Column 2 is a calculated amount, but it should match the amount of tax withheld as calculated by QuickBooks (within a few cents rounding difference).

Online Payroll

  1. Select Reports, then search for Payroll Details report.
  2. Next to Date Range select a quarter, then select Run Report.
  3. Find employees that grossed over $200,000 for the year. The difference between the total and $200,000 is what will appear in Line 5d column 1. (Example: Employee One made $250,000. $50,000 will be in box 5d column 1)

Desktop Payroll

  1. Go to Reports, select Employees & Payroll, then select Payroll Summary.
  2. Select Customize Report, then select the Display tab.
  3. Select Last Calendar Quarter from the Dates dropdown list.
  4. In the Display columns by dropdown list, select Total Only, then clear the Hours and Rates checkboxes.
  5. Select the Filters tab.
  6. Choose Payroll Item in the Filter dropdown list, then choose Selected payroll items in the Payroll Item dropdown list.
  7. In the Payroll Item window, select Medicare Employee Addl Tax. Clear any other selected items, then select OK.
  8. Select OK to return to the Payroll Summary report.
  9. Double-click the "Medicare Employee Addl Tax" amount to display the Transactions by Payroll Item report. The Wage Base column total minus the Wage Base (Tips) column total should equal line 5a, Column 1.

QuickBooks adds together lines 5a, 5b, 5c, and 5d (column 2).

Use the troubleshooting steps for lines 5a, 5b, 5c, and 5d.

QuickBooks does not supply this number.

QuickBooks calculates this amount by adding line 3, line 5d, and line 5e.

QuickBooks automatically calculates the fractions of cents (within one dollar) of difference between the net taxes amount and the quarter's liability amount.

QuickBooks does not supply this number.

QuickBooks does not supply this number.

QuickBooks calculates this by adding lines 6, 7, 8, and 9.

Make sure all entries for lines 6 through 9 are entered correctly.

QuickBooks does not supply this number because the new reporting process for this credit requires business financial information. For more information on how to claim the credit, refer to article Claiming the Federal Research & Development Credit.

Online Payroll

Online Payroll products do not allow the employer to go over the limits for retention credits. As a result this line should be blank or $0.00.

Desktop Payroll

To see the value pull a Quick Report to understand the balances of the credit.

  1. Go to your Chart of Accounts, then select the COVID-19 Expenses account.
  2. Select the Reports ▼ dropdown, then select QuickReport.
  3. Update the dates to reflect the period you are looking for. The amount should show all the payroll items you’ve set up and run payroll on. The amount in the Total column reflects the amount of the credit.

Online Payroll

Online Payroll products do not allow the employer to go over the limits for retention credits. As a result this line should be blank or $0.00.

Desktop Payroll

To see the value pull a Quick Report to understand the balances of the credit.

  1. Go to your Chart of Accounts, then select the COVID-19 Expenses account.
  2. Select the Reports ▼ dropdown, then select QuickReport.
  3. Update the dates to reflect the period you are looking for. The amount should show all the payroll items you’ve set up and run payroll on. The amount in the Total column reflects the amount of the Credit.

Online Payroll

Online Payroll products do not allow the employer to go over the limits for retention credits. As a result this line should be blank or $0.00.

Desktop Payroll

QuickBooks calculates this amount by adding lines 11a, 11b and 11c.

QuickBooks calculates this number by subtracting line 11 from line 10.

QuickBooks adds all the deposits for Federal Withholding, Medicare Employee, Medicare Company, Social Security Employee, and Social Security Company with a paid-through date that falls within the quarter.

Online Payroll

  1. Select Reports, then search for Payroll Tax Payments.
  2. Next to Date Range select a quarter, then select Run Report.
  3. View the tax payments made. If line 13 does not match, then the payments need to be verified and updated.

Desktop Payroll

  1. Run the Payroll Liabilities Balances report for the quarter.
  2. Modify (or Customize) Report.
  3. Change the Display columns to Total only.
  4. Select Filters tab, then select Payroll Item under Current Filter Choices. In the middle, select the dropdown next to Payroll Item, then select Multiple Payroll Items.
  5. Check off only Federal WithholdingMedicare EmployeeMedicare CompanySocial Security Employee, and Social Security Company, then select OK.
  6. Select the Transaction Type under Choose Filter on the left. In the middle, click the dropdown next to Transaction type, and choose Payroll Liability Check. Select OK.
  7. The total balance should equal the amount of line 13. You can double-click this amount to see the transactions that contribute to the total. Double check that all deposits have been recorded.

If you know you've made a deposit but don't see it, expand your date range to see if the deposit appears. If it does, double-click that deposit and change the Paid Through date so that it falls within the quarter it's supposed to.

If the number on line 13 doesn't match the report, then a liability adjustment has been entered or a payment was entered incorrectly. To find a liability adjustment:

  1. Select Customize Report and Filters.
  2. Under Transaction Type, click Multiple Transaction Types, and from the list that pops up, click Liability Adjustment. This will show you any liability adjustments made within the quarter in addition to your payments. Double check that the liability adjustment is actually needed.

If you know you've recorded the deposit in QuickBooks Desktop, find the deposit and check that the type is specifically LIAB CHK and not just CHK.

If it is CHK, and it has been reconciled, a liability adjustment will need to be entered for the amount of the check that was entered. Then you will need to edit the amount of line 15.

If the transaction has not been reconciled, you can delete it and record it as a payroll liability check.

Online Payroll

  1. Select Reports, then search for the Payroll Tax Liability report.
  2. Next to Date Range select a quarter, then select Run Report.
  3. View the Tax Paid Amount column and view CARES Act Deferred FICA ER Amount. This should match the amount in 13b.

Desktop Payroll

  1. Select Reports at the top of the page.
  2. Select Employees and Payroll, then Payroll Liability Balances.
  3. Next to Dates select a quarter.
  4. Scroll to the bottom and locate Cares CO.Soc Sec Deferral item.
  5. The total SS ER deferral taken should match the report.

Online Payroll

  1. Select Reports, then search for the Payroll Tax Liability report.
  2. Next to the Date Range select a quarter, then select Run Report.
  3. Under Federal 941/944 section view the wage totals for each of the new wage types indicated above.
  4. The sum of the items: National Paid Sick Leave:Employee and National Paid Sick Leave:Family & Family Medical Leave Expansion Act Paid Leave are reflected in the Tax Amount column.

Desktop Payroll

To see the value pull a Quick Report to understand the balances of the credit.

  1. Go to your Chart of Accounts, then select the COVID-19 Expenses account.
  2. Select the Reports ▼ dropdown, then select QuickReport.
  3. Update the dates to reflect the period you are looking for. The amount should show all the payroll items you’ve set up and run payroll on. The amount in the Total column reflects the amount of the Credit.

Online Payroll

  1. Select Reports, then search for the Payroll Tax Liability report.
  2. Next to the Date Range select a quarter, then select Run Report.
  3. Under Federal 941/944 section view the wage totals for Employee Retention Credit Tax Amount. The amount in this line is your credit.

Desktop Payroll

To see the value pull a Quick Report to understand the balances of the credit.

  1. Go to your Chart of Accounts, then select the COVID-19 Expenses account.
  2. Select the Reports ▼ dropdown, then select QuickReport.
  3. Update the dates to reflect the period you are looking for. The amount should show all the payroll items you’ve set up and run payroll on. The amount in the Total column reflects the amount of the Credit.

Online Payroll

The amount here will reflect the Total of Lines 13a, 13b, 13c, and 13d combined. See the specific Instructions for how those lines are determined.

Desktop Payroll

QuickBooks calculates this number by adding lines 13a, 13b, 13c and 13d.

QuickBooks Online Payroll (all other versions), and Intuit Online Payroll Full Service

Online Full Service, Core, Premium, Elite, and Intuit Online Payroll Full Service  customers, who complete and file form 7200, will need to contact us and advise us of the amounts and dates you requested the advance payments as soon as possible and before the 941 is filed by Intuit.

QuickBooks Online Payroll Enhanced and Intuit Online Payroll Enhanced

If you have filed the form 7200 for any advance credits you have taken, you will need to file your 941 outside our payroll system. You can use the Federal Form generated by Intuit for reference for other Form 941 lines. You will need to archive the 941 in your system and not file it electronically. (You will also need to contact us and advise us of the amounts and dates you requested the advance payments so your tax payments can be adjusted by the payroll system. )

Desktop Payroll

  • Enhanced: If you have filed a Form 7200, you will enter this amount on the 941 Schedule B Interview Worksheet
  • Assisted Payroll - If you have filed a Form 7200 for any advance credits you have taken, you will need to contact us to advise us of the amounts so we can properly fill out your 941.

Learn more about requesting advance payment of the tax credits with IRS Form 7200.

Online Payroll

The amount here will reflect line the result when line 13f is subtracted from line 13e. See the specific Instructions for how those specific lines are determined.

Desktop Payroll

QuickBooks calculates this number by subtracting line 13f from line 13e.

QuickBooks calculates this number by subtracting line 13 from line 12.

Be sure that line 10 and line 12 are correct by using the verification steps listed for those lines.

QuickBooks subtracts line 12 from line 13.

Be sure that line 10 and line 12 are correct by using the verification steps for those lines.

Lines on page 2

QuickBooks adds the total taxes accrued each day on paychecks for Federal Withholding, Medicare Employee, Medicare Company, Social Security Employee, and Social Security Company. This is not the amount of the tax deposits you've made.

Online Payroll

  1. Run a Tax and Wage Summary report.
  2. In QuickBooks Online, select Reports, then search for the Tax and Wage Summary report.
  3. Filter by quarter and the employee, then select Run Report.
  4. Look for the totals under Federal Taxes (941/944) (Federal Withholding, Medicare Company, Medicare Employee, Social Security Company, and Social Security Employee taxes). The totals should correspond to the amount in the "Total liability for quarter" of line 16.

Desktop Payroll

  1. Go to Reports, select Employees & Payroll, then select Payroll Summary.
  2. Select Customize Report, then select the Display tab.
  3. Select Last Calendar Quarter from the Dates dropdown list.
  4. In the Display columns by dropdown list, select Month, then clear the Hours and Rate checkboxes.
  5. Select the Filters tab.
  6. Choose the Payroll Item in the Filter dropdown list, and then choose Selected payroll items in the Payroll Items dropdown list.
  7. In the Payroll Item window, select Federal Withholding, Medicare Company, Medicare Employee, Social Security Company, and Social Security Employee. Clear any other selected items, then select OK.
  8. Select OK to return to the Payroll Summary report.
  9. Ignoring any negative signs, add up each column's amounts for Federal Withholding, Medicare Company, Medicare Employee, Social Security Company, and Social Security Employee taxes. The totals should correspond to the amounts in Month 1, Month 2, Month 3, and "Total liability for quarter" of line 16.

    You can double-click any of the numbers on the report to see what transactions contribute to their amounts.

QuickBooks does not check this box for you.

For a detailed explanation of this line, refer to the General Instructions for Form 941.

Health Plan expenses are typically not allocated by pay type. We have allocated the health plan expenses for qualified sick leave based on a percentage of wages paid using qualified sick leave and qualified family leave wages.

Online Payroll

  1. Select Reports, then search for the Payroll Tax Liability report.
  2. Next to the Date Range select a quarter, then select Run Report.
  3. Under Federal 941/944 Section view the wage totals for each of the new wage types.
  4. The result in the Tax Amount column for: FMLA Employer Health Premium. Should match the amount on Line 19.

Desktop Payroll

QuickBooks did not separate the value of the health premium by family and sick leave wages. To see the combined value, pull a QuickReport to understand the balances of the credit.

  1. Go to your Chart of Accounts, then select the COVID-19 Expenses account.
  2. Select the Reports ▼ dropdown, then select QuickReport.
  3. Update the dates to reflect the period you are looking for. The amount should show all the payroll items you’ve set up and run payroll on. The amount in the Total column reflects the amount of the Credit

Health Plan expenses are typically not allocated by pay type. We have allocated the health plan expenses for qualified family leave based on a percentage of wages paid using qualified sick leave and qualified family leave wages.

Online Payroll

Online Payroll products will post the allocable expenses to Line 19. As a result this line should be blank or $0.00.

Desktop Payroll

QuickBooks did not separate the value of the health premium by family and sick leave wages. To see the combined value, pull a Quick Report to understand the balances of the credit.

  1. Go to your Chart of Accounts, then select the COVID-19 Expenses account.
  2. Select the Reports ▼ dropdown, then select QuickReport.
  3. Update the dates to reflect the period you are looking for. The amount should show all the payroll items you’ve set up and run payroll on. The amount in the Total column reflects the amount of the Credit.

Online Payroll

  1. Select Reports, then search for the Payroll Details report.
  2. Next to Date Range select a quarter.
  3. Next to Employees, select Summary By Employee, then select Run Report.
    Look at company totals for Regular Employee Retention Credit and Overtime Employee Retention Credit. Total these 2 items and divide by 2. Will be the total reflected on Line 21.
    • If these do NOT match, review your employee totals for these 2 items and any employee that is over $10,000, subtract the overage, per employee from the company totals, then divide by 2.

Desktop Payroll

To see the value pull a Quick Report to understand the balances of the credit.

  1. Go to your Chart of Accounts, then select the COVID-19 Expenses account.
  2. Select the Reports ▼ dropdown, then select QuickReport.
  3. Update the dates to reflect the period you are looking for. The amount should show all the payroll items you’ve set up and run payroll on. The amount in the Total column reflects the amount of the Credit.

Online Payroll

The amount here will reflect the result when Line 21 is subtracted from Line 13d.

Desktop Payroll

To see the value pull a Quick Report to understand the balances of the credit.

  1. Go to your Chart of Accounts, then select the COVID-19 Expenses account.
  2. Select the Reports ▼ dropdown, then select QuickReport.
  3. Update the dates to reflect the period you are looking for. The amount should show all the payroll items you’ve set up and run payroll on. The amount in the Total column reflects the amount of the Credit.

Online Payroll

Online payroll does not support the entry of this credit.

Desktop Payroll

Desktop payroll does not support the entry of this credit.

Online Payroll

Customers must contact QuickBooks Payroll support to have your wages moved to one of the specific Employee Retention Credit Pay Items, if not, this line will be blank or $0.00.

Desktop Payroll

To see the value pull a Quick Report to understand the balances of the credit.

  1. Go to your Chart of Accounts, then select the COVID-19 Expenses account.
  2. Select the Reports ▼ dropdown, then select QuickReport.
  3. Update the dates to reflect the period you are looking for. The amount should show all the payroll items you’ve set up and run payroll on. The amount in the Total column reflects the amount of the Credit.

Online Payroll

Customers must contact QuickBooks Payroll support to have your wages moved to one of the specific Employee Retention Credit Pay Items, if not, this line will be blank or $0.00.

Desktop Payroll

To see the value pull a Quick Report to understand the balances of the credit.

  1. Go to your Chart of Accounts, then select the COVID-19 Expenses account.
  2. Select the Reports ▼ dropdown, then select QuickReport.
  3. Update the dates to reflect the period you are looking for. The amount should show all the payroll items you’ve set up and run payroll on. The amount in the Total column reflects the amount of the Credit.

QuickBooks does not supply any of this information.

QuickBooks does not supply any of this information.

QuickBooks does not supply any of this information.

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