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Payroll Tax Wage Bases And Limits In QuickBooks

This article will help you to know about the 2020-19 wage bases and limitations. We will also be telling you how to update them for following taxes: Social Security Medicare Federal Income Tax State Income Tax State Unemployment Insurance Understand Annual Wage Base Limits A wage base limit is the taxable earnings of the per-employee […]

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Set up Sales Tax in QuickBooks

If your are setting up a company or a business, you may start by setting up taxes and tax rates. In QuickBooks, you may have to review the different concepts on how to set tax rates on your sales. Assuming that you have read these concepts, start by going to Sales Tax Preference window in QuickBooks, click […]

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Setting up Employees for Payroll QuickBooks

After setting up your company information for payroll, you may start setting up your employees information for payroll. In this process QuickBooks provides us with a way to to make this easier. To start doing this, you can add employees by choosing on the Employees Center. Start by choosing Employees then click on the the Employee Center […]

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Workers’ Compensation in QuickBooks Desktop

If you have a payroll service subscription, Intuit offers a pay-as-you-go service that automatically pays Workers’ Compensation premiums every time you run payroll. Alternatively, you can manually track and report your premiums using the manual Workers Compensation feature in QuickBooks. Terminologies Workers Compensation code – the way Workers’ Compensation insurance companies divide the types of work […]

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Gross up a paycheck in QuickBooks Desktop Payroll

When a paycheck must have a specific net amount, QuickBooks Desktop Payroll allows you to gross up the amount on the employee’s paycheck. Learn how by following the steps below. Note: This is only available to QuickBooks Desktop Payroll Enhanced and Assisted users. When grossing up a paycheck, consider the following: The company can pay the […]

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