I know how important it is to make sure your payroll tax liabilities are recorded correctly. Sometimes, your business can be reimbursed for overpaid taxes. Don't worry, I'll explain how you'll go about recording the overpayment.
In fact, you don't have to record any special transactions to account for the overpayment of your payroll tax liabilities. You'll simply wait until your next filing, and make the adjustments at that time.
Here's how you'll make payroll tax payments for next time: Make payroll tax payments. Before approving, ensure you've made the necessary adjustments to account for your overpayment.
If you have any other questions about that, please reach out to our tech support team.
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the payroll payment says 1262.08 record payment this amount will come out of bank account
but i need the overpayment to reflect on the 1262.08 so my balance to pay should be 794.52
with the 467.56 off of the 1262.08 so how do i record the payment but need that 467.56 overpayment
to reflect off of the balance before i can take out of banking account.
i did a historical payment for the wage subsidy which is the 467.56 amount
is quickbooks down for phone calls been calling for 2 days to fix
You were right to reach out to our tech support team on this one. Since you're looking for specifics pertaining to your individual account and how things have been set up, your best bet is to have an agent review the account with you in order to resolve it.
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