I've got just the steps you'll need, @chad2.
If you haven't already, begin by adding the tax rate and agency:
Add a sales tax agency/rate
Check out this awesome video tutorial for a visual guide of this information:
Once the agency and rate are set up, you can create the tax payment like so:
Record a sales tax payment
Doing this will pay the tax liability and allow you to print a mail-ready check to send to your agency if you wish. These steps are also detailed in our guide on recording sales tax payments for your benefit. Please reach out to me if there's anything else you need, I'm always here to help. Thanks for coming to the Community, wishing you a very happy holiday season.
Hello there, Nemiswizard.
You can electronically file and pay your Sales Tax if:
Here's how to E-file:
You can use this article for reference: E-filing and payments for Sales tax.
You might also want to browse these articles to know more about Sales Tax.
I'm always around if there's something you'd like to ask. Have a nice day!
It's good to see you here, @dppp1979.
You can easily file and pay taxes to the federal and state agency using the E-File & Pay feature in your Online Payroll.
If you opted in to have us file your forms, QuickBooks Online Payroll Core, Premium, or Elite will automatically generate and process many payroll tax forms.
If you're using QuickBooks Online Payroll Enhanced, here's how to e-file forms:
For more information, please check this article: Setup E-File & Pay.
To learn more about your options to pay and file your payroll taxes, please refer to this article: Turn off automatic tax payments and form filings.
Don't hesitate to comment down below if you have other questions. I'll be happy to help you. Have a nice day.
I'll help record your sales tax payments made outside QuickBooks, @JerryNap.
When paying sales tax outside QuickBooks, you'll have to record it as a regular check. Just make sure to link it to the account you used in tracking your sales tax to avoid errors in your bookkeeping and sales tax reports. Here's how:
However, if you aren't sure what account to use when creating the check, I suggest seeking help from your accountant for more guidance.
Just in case you want to learn how QuickBooks Desktop handles sales tax, feel free to check out this article: Record sales tax in QuickBooks Desktop.
Keep in touch if you need more help with your sales tax, or if there's anything else I can do for you. Of course, I am always here ready to help you whenever you reach out. Have a great day!