Know the taxes and forms we automatically pay and file for your business.
With Intuit Online Payroll and QuickBooks Online Payroll, your taxes and forms are paid and filed automatically to ensure your business is processing taxes on time.
Note: If you have the Enhanced Payroll version, you need to submit your own taxes. Learn how to pay and file with your payroll product:
Here are the lists of payroll forms and taxes we submit for you, including the taxes we do not support for your state.
Intuit files only those forms that are required for your company. For example, the IRS Schedule B is required only for taxpayers on a semiweekly or monthly deposit schedule with a tax liability of $100,000, or more, on any given day in the reporting period. Therefore, if you did not meet that requirement, you do not receive a copy of a Schedule B with your quarterly tax returns.
Forms labeled payment coupon or E-File only are not included with your customer copies. Intuit retains records of these filings on your behalf. If a tax agency requests a proof of payment or E-file transmittal, Intuit will provide that information to the agency.
- Form 940 - Annual Federal Unemployment Tax Return (FUTA)
- Form 941 - Quarterly Withholding Federal Tax Return
- Forms W-2 and W-3 - Employee Wage and Tax Statement
- Forms 1099-MISC and Form 1096 - Non-employee Compensation Return (Intuit Online Payroll Service Only)
When you add a new employee, we file a new-hire report with your state on your behalf. Select your state below to see other taxes and forms that are filed and paid on your behalf.
An agency will often mail you a blank form to complete and file. If the form is listed here, it will be completed and filed by Full Service Payroll, so you can simply keep the form on file.
When are copies of my filed payroll tax forms be available?
All copies of your quarterly and annual payroll tax forms filed by Intuit are available in the Payroll Tax Center (PTC) as outlined below. Please note that as Intuit processes these forms throughout quarter end, they may appear in the PTC earlier than the date listed below.