QuickBooks Payroll service allows users to run payrolls and e-file federal and state taxes with ease and is considered as the most cost-effective ways to pay employees. A common error that user encounters while updating payroll is QuickBooks error 15243 that evolves when QuickBooks File Copy Service (FCS) stops working due to some reasons. Once you get this error, you will see an error message on the screen “Error 15243 – The update of payroll is not able to complete successfully. The QuickBooks FCS service is damaged”. To resolve this error, you need to follow multiple troubleshooting steps that we have mentioned further in our article.
After a recent announcement from Inuit about increasing the prices of their Payroll subscription many of you might be wondering if there is a way you can use QuickBooks Payroll features without subscribing to Intuit’s Payroll Service and the answer is a big yes. All you need to do is to activate manual payroll in QB Desktop application. Here in this article, you will find an easy method to record your payroll transactions manually with QB Desktop application. In case if you are, already a subscriber of the service then activating manual payroll feature in QuickBooks will not reverse it.
You can call QuickBooks Payroll Support Number 844-888-4666 to seek guidance from an expert to set up manual payroll in QuickBooks.
In some cases, users found liabilities are missing from the pay scheduled liabilities section under the Employee Center and there are several reasons that cause this inaccuracy in the application. You can view payroll tax liabilities under the Payroll tab in the Employee Center window.
Personal Identification Number also known as a PIN is a security code that provides secure access to your payroll service and it is also required to make any changes to your payroll account. If you have forgotten your PIN for QuickBooks Assisted Payroll, then QuickBooks provides you two options for a simple PIN reset. We have listed both the ways to reset the PIN further in this article.
If you are looking for expert’s help then call QuickBooks Payroll Technical Support Number (844) 888 4666
Once again, the tax season is coming, as we are moving towards the end of the year and a large number of employers and taxpayers are looking to pay their taxes on time. If you are a business or an individual, who have received or made a payment of $600 in the fiscal year then you are required to file form 1099 MISC to report your income to the IRS. The last date to file 1099 to the IRS is 31st March for e filing and 2nd March if you are sending the form by mail. In this article, we will guide you every step of the way to file 1099 MISC with IRS using QuickBooks.
For any query or help filing 1099 MISC call QuickBooks Online Assisted Payroll Helpline Number (844) 888 4666.
With an active subscription of QuickBooks Desktop Payroll, you can leave the complex task of wages and payroll tax calculations to QuickBooks as it can automatically calculate all the taxes for you by fetching employee’s data from the Desktop app. A user’s responsibility includes keeping QuickBooks Desktop application and tax table up to date and input correct employee’s info in QuickBooks for error free tax calculation. There might be several reasons before getting an incorrect wage or payroll tax amount. In this article, we will put our focus on the causes and troubleshooting method of this error.
You are required to file 1099 Misc forms to Internal Revenue Service if you are paying $600 or more to a supplier or a dealer in a fiscal year. Additionally, you are also required to provide copies of the forms to such merchants for tax filing purpose. With QuickBooks Online and 1099 E File Service, you can prepare and file 1099 MISC form easily and immediately with a few easy clicks. Once your form is prepared using QuickBooks Online, you can use Intuit’s 1099 E File service that will automatically e-file 1099s to the IRS and deliver the copies to your contractors.
(EIN) Employer Identification Number also known as Federal Employer Identification Number is a unique 9-digit number allotted by (IRS) Internal Revenue System for identification purposes to businesses operating in the United States. A user might want to change EIN (Employer Identification Number) in case the business entity has been changed, or an incorrect EIN has been entered by mistake.
Employers are required to file form W2 and W3 before the end of the tax year usually before 31 January. Both of these forms are filed to Social Security Administration (SSA) to report employee’s annual income and the amount of various taxes paid by employees like Social Security taxes, State’s income tax, Medicare tax, and Federal taxes. The information on these forms must be filled very carefully as once you submit the forms, IRS will match the information on the forms with your income and taxes. If you are an active user of QuickBooks Full Service payroll, then the service will automatically calculate all the taxes and file it for you on your behalf, whereas QuickBooks Enhanced Payroll users needs to fill and submit the forms manually.
An employer needs to file form 940 to Federal and State Tax Authorities for paying Unemployment taxes under the Federal Unemployment Tax Act (FUTA). It is an annual tax form, which only businesses are liable to pay whereas there is no deductions of taxes are made from employee’s wages. The current tax rate is set to 6% of first $7000 paid to the employee, and this tax amount is used to compensate workers who have lost their jobs. Due dates to file 940 is January 31 by mail and February 10 for e filing.