I show an "Overdue" liability for Q2 2019 and a balance of $0.75. (I believe this alert started showing up this year.) The liability account balance is actually zero. It seems to be related to an excess payment of $0.75 was made in Q1 2019 ($2.25 payment was made for Q1, but only $1.50 was owed), but the alert for Q2 2019 doesn't seem to recognize the credit. Trying to understand what initiated the alert, and what to do to cancel it since I do not think it is valid.
Thank you for posting here in the Community, @kend2.
Let me help you cancel the overdue liability showing in QuickBooks Desktop.
There are several reasons why it's showing up in your liabilities. I suggest you run a payroll summary report to understand what initiated the alert to show up on your end.
You can use a liability adjustment to cancel or remove the overdue amount from the Liabilities section. Before you start, please create a back up to ensure you can restore the data anytime you want to undo the changes.
Thank you for your response. It does not seem to address my specific question. The payroll summary report appears to be accurate without any issues. It shows a zero balance, which I believe is correct. Therefore I do not see any adjustments that need to be made. My problem is that the "Pay Taxes & Other Liabilities" screen (see attached screenshot" shows that I have an "Overdue" liability from Q2 2019 of $0.75. This is in error and does not agree with the payroll summary report. Also, the message just started showing up this year. I did not get the message in 2019.