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Quaraterly taxes

I am having a brain fart and I don't know where to turn.  I don't remember filing the 1st quarterly taxes.  Is there any way I can figure out if I did?  Any suggestions would be appreciated.  Thanks in advance!!

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Best answer 07-09-2019

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QuickBooks Team

Re: Quaraterly taxes

Hi there, @Wwidu!

 

You can view and review your filed tax forms and payments from your Filing History page. I'm here to help you accomplish this.

  1. Go to Employees.
  2. Select Payroll Center.
  3. Click File Forms.
  4. Under Filing History, select Saved Filings or E-Filings.

In addition, I've included a couple of screenshots for your visual reference.

 

 

As always, you can visit our Help Articles page for QuickBooks Desktop if in case you need to learn some easy steps for any of your future tasks.

 

If there's anything else that I can help you with please let me know in the comment section down below. I'll be always around ready to help.

QuickBooks Team

Re: Quaraterly taxes

Hello Wwidu!

 

I'd like to add a few details about your saved-form filing while Jonpril is not in the office yet.

 

Everything you see in the Saved Filing section were submitted forms. This means you have opened the form, clicked on Submit Form, on Open printable version and on Print PDF. That said, I'd say that you've gone through these steps because your form is there. It's just that, we're unable to track the date when you submitted and printed it.

 

 

On the other hand, we're unable to track if you've actually mailed the printed form. This process is not done in QuickBooks anymore. You may want to ask your state agency to know if they've received one from you.

 

I'm just right here if you have additional questions about your form.

QuickBooks Team

Re: Quaraterly taxes

Hello @Wwidu,

 

Thank you for posting in the Community.

 

If you have a question about planning to open a new business, you may need to directly consult your state agency. I also recommend visiting your state website to learn more about taxes.

 

You can also find this resource page handy in the future in case you want to learn more about tax rates and requirements with your tax agency, please read this article for more information: Set up your Sales Tax.

 

Please reach me here should you need any further assistance. I'm always available whenever you need help.

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QuickBooks Team

Re: Quaraterly taxes

Hi there, @Wwidu!

 

You can view and review your filed tax forms and payments from your Filing History page. I'm here to help you accomplish this.

  1. Go to Employees.
  2. Select Payroll Center.
  3. Click File Forms.
  4. Under Filing History, select Saved Filings or E-Filings.

In addition, I've included a couple of screenshots for your visual reference.

 

 

As always, you can visit our Help Articles page for QuickBooks Desktop if in case you need to learn some easy steps for any of your future tasks.

 

If there's anything else that I can help you with please let me know in the comment section down below. I'll be always around ready to help.

Frequent Explorer **

Re: Quaraterly taxes

Thank you so much!!  I did find that it was there, so my next question is....

I did not have a print out for my records.  Last night as I was searching for this, I pulled up the form, double checked everything and printed for my records.  As I understand it, it automatically saves to history or "archives" it when you exit out.  My concern is this; is there a way to know the date it was actually saved?  That would help in letting me know if I filed on time or if my brain just totally failed me last quarter.  I get a reminder email, so I find it difficult that I totally forgot, but without having a printout for my records, it makes me wonder.  Thank you so much for your help.  I really appreciate it very much!

QuickBooks Team

Re: Quaraterly taxes

Hello Wwidu!

 

I'd like to add a few details about your saved-form filing while Jonpril is not in the office yet.

 

Everything you see in the Saved Filing section were submitted forms. This means you have opened the form, clicked on Submit Form, on Open printable version and on Print PDF. That said, I'd say that you've gone through these steps because your form is there. It's just that, we're unable to track the date when you submitted and printed it.

 

 

On the other hand, we're unable to track if you've actually mailed the printed form. This process is not done in QuickBooks anymore. You may want to ask your state agency to know if they've received one from you.

 

I'm just right here if you have additional questions about your form.

Frequent Explorer **

Re: Quaraterly taxes

Thank you very much.  Just one more question and you may not have the answer, however, is there a government website that I possibly have an account with when I first opened my business that could inform me of my question?

QuickBooks Team

Re: Quaraterly taxes

Hello @Wwidu,

 

Thank you for posting in the Community.

 

If you have a question about planning to open a new business, you may need to directly consult your state agency. I also recommend visiting your state website to learn more about taxes.

 

You can also find this resource page handy in the future in case you want to learn more about tax rates and requirements with your tax agency, please read this article for more information: Set up your Sales Tax.

 

Please reach me here should you need any further assistance. I'm always available whenever you need help.