As mentioned, there's an ongoing investigation (INV-52368) about the report. I'd suggest contacting our QuickBooks Support Team, so you'll be added as one of the affected users. You can refer to the information provided by my colleague on how to contact them
After that, you'll receive an email update once the issue is already resolved.
Additionally, I've added an article that'll help you manage your sales tax. This helps you ensure your books are accurate: Sales Tax in QuickBooks Online.
We appreciate your patience and understanding on this matter. If you have any other concerns or follow-up questions, just leave them in the comment section and I'll get back to you as soon as I can.
Adrian_A (Moderator) posted a new reply in Reports and accounting on January 30, 2021 10:20 PM:
Whenever there's a reported issue on a software I'm using, I expect it will be resolved in a timely manner. That said, I have news regarding the Sales Tax Liability report issue.
I checked the investigation case number provided by CharleneMae_F. Our engineers have already closed it.
Since you're still experiencing the issue, you can check to see if this is caused by a residual cache data that still has the root cause of the problem.
You'll want to rule this out by using a private or incognito window:
Google Chrome: Ctrl + Shift + N
Mozilla Firefox: Ctrl + Shift + P
Safari (new versions): Command + Option + P
Then, run the Sales Tax Liability report from there. When it finally shows the correct values, you'll want to clear the cache to remove the corrupted data. Close all of your browser processes afterwards to complete the process.
If you're still experiencing the Sales Tax Liability report issue, you'll want to contact our support again. You can use the same phone number. If you don't have it handy anymore, you can use the steps provided by CharleneMae_F.