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Recording Payments Made to IRS (Not Payroll or Sales Tax)

How do I record a payment made to the IRS? We pay on a quarterly basis and our business does not pay the "estimated amount" as we have been around for quite some time. I just don't know how to match the transaction that is in my bank account with an entry that matches the IRS payment (not payroll or sales tax).

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QuickBooks Team

Re: Recording Payments Made to IRS (Not Payroll or Sales Tax)

Good day, Platinumedition.

 

You can create a check to record the payment. Here's how:

  1. Click Banking.
  2. Choose Write Checks.
  3. Fill in the necessary fields.
  4. Click Save & Close.

When the transactions are downloaded, you can match the check with the IRS payment. 

 

Feel free to drop by if you have other concerns. Have a good one!

Senior Explorer **

Re: Recording Payments Made to IRS (Not Payroll or Sales Tax)

Which expense account would that go towards?

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