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Print sales tax payment

How to print sales tax check
QuickBooks Team

Re: Print sales tax payment

Hello there, @Derolf.


I'm here to help share information about printing sales tax payment in QuickBooks Online (QBO).


As of now, there isn't an availability to print a sales tax check in QBO, you can only print the sales tax payment snapshot. To print the sales tax payment snapshot in the new sales tax center:


  1. Click on Taxes on the left pane.
  2. From your Sales Tax Center, click on History at the upper left corner of the page.
  3. On the Review your sales tax page, click the date link to view the payment check.
  4. Click Print.

As a workaround, to print a sales tax check, you can create/write a check to print your payment. Once done printing, you can just delete the check created.


  1. Go to the Plus (+) icon.
  2. Select Check under Vendors.
  3. Fill in the required/necessary information.
  4. Click on Print check.
  5. On the Print Checks window, click Preview and print.
  6. Click PrintD1 Print check.PNG d1 print check2.PNG

On the other hand, to learn more about sales tax payments, you may check this article: Manage sales tax payments.


I'll be always here to help you if you have any other sales tax concerns, just add a comment below. Have a great day ahead!

Level 2

Re: Print sales tax payment

Thank you for your response, but this is the dumbest thing I have heard of, QBO not to be able to print a check transaction.  For $60.00 a month, QBO can't figure out how to allow you to print a check that it generates in the bank register?   Accounting software that can't print a check.. Brilliant!



QuickBooks Team

Re: Print sales tax payment

Hi, @Derolf.


Please allow me to share a little more information about printing sales tax payment check in QBO.


When recording a sales tax payment, the system doesn't generate an actual check, this is the reason why you can't print a sales tax check in QBO.


However, I want to ensure customers like you are having the best possible experience while working with QuikBooks. I'll take note with this so I'll be able to pass along this information here on my end.


To stay updated with the current/latest QuickBooks news and updates, you may check/visit our QuickBooks blog.


In addition, you may check our Help articles for your future reference about QuickBooks Online: Help articles for QBO.


I'll be around to help you have any other QuickBooks or sales tax questions, just add a post/comment below. Wishing you the best!

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