Taxes are the most important parts that you need to take care of when you are trying to run a business. Oftentimes, when you are not able to calculate payroll taxes, it halts your business activities altogether. You will have to resolve this issue to be able to proceed with any other important activity.
So when your QuickBooks is Not Calculating Taxes because of some issue, it’s time you look for help. The AccountingErrors help-team is here to resolve this issue for you instantly. Follow the procedure carefully. And if you faced a problem, you can always contact our QuickBooks Desktop Support Team by calling at our toll-free help-line.
What Creates Payroll Tax Error?
Sometimes when QuickBooks updates a payroll tax table, a payroll process could get stuck when the payroll update was not completely installed. It happens when you start a payroll process, leave the payroll centre and then return after a while.
Let’s say you created payrolls for two different Employees. While the first employee’s payroll consists of taxes you entered, second employee’s taxes don’t show up on its invoice. This could be a daunting problem if there is more than one employee whose taxes don’t show up or partially show up.
Resolving the Payroll Tax Calculation Error
We will follow some simple steps to resolve this issue. Please be careful when you get ahead with the process. Mind that you follow all the instructions with caution.
Total Time: 6 minutes
You need to save your first customer’s (The one whose taxes are showing up in the invoices), payroll the way it is.
Go to the payroll of your second customer, reduce the work hours to One (1 hour).
Now, let QuickBooks compute it and then save it.
In case these are the only two employees then you should have no problem. Go ahead and do the same with all the others which are not showing the taxes.
You should finish the payroll normally, just that you would not be printing the actual paychecks.
Now, go to the check register and the Void the paycheck of the second employee.
Exit QuickBooks and open it again now. At times payroll isn’t completely installed if don’t restart QuickBooks.
Head back to the payroll center and create a new paycheck for the second employee.
Ensure that you have entered correct starting, ending and check payment dates.
QuickBooks will take into consideration the appropriate tax withholding and employer matching amounts while computing the second employee’s paycheck.
You should see that the second employee’s check is completely right.
Now, go and try the same method with all the other employees that are having the same problem.
Ensure that errors in all the paychecks are resolved by now.
Need Professional Help?
These simple solutions provided above should enable you to save the payroll taxes on your employee’s paychecks. Ensure that you followed all the instructions carefully. However, if you find yourself stuck at a point somewhere in the process or if you need more technical assistance, you can get in touch with our QuickBooks Tech Support Team. Call on ✆+1-855-481-5338.