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Thanks for reaching out, @pawsit.


QuickBooks will automatically detect the missing withholding on the last payroll run and add it on to the next check. I recommend checking your payroll updates before running payroll to make sure you have the latest tax tables. It's super easy and only takes a moment. Check it out:


  1. To determine the most recent available tax table, click this link to go to the Payroll Support window. In the Intuit QuickBooks Payroll News & Updates pane at the left, scroll down to the summary for the latest payroll update.
  2. In QuickBooks Desktop, go to Employees > Get Payroll Updates. Check the version of the tax table you have.
  3. The first line in the Get Payroll Updates window, "You are using tax table version: #####," lists the tax table version. Click Payroll Update Info to see summary information and changes.


That's it! If you have any other questions, let me know by hitting the Reply button below. I'm here to help.

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