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I have a client that needs a check cut from his business, quarterly...just one check, with all of the withholdings. What would be the best way to do this? It is for the state of California. Any suggestions?

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If he also has their payroll service, then it's just a click to get the withholding information created. Just go to the "Employees" section, click on "Pay Liabilities" and if he has correctly set up his company file, the liabilities will be automatically calculated.

 

Although I do not know why he would want to co-mingle different types of withholding within on check. [Federal and State liabilities (withholding, medicare, social security, state unemployment (if you have that)) or other state and local withholdings.] That would make it difficult to reconcile his bank statement (as he would have to determine which debits total the amount of the withholding check).

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If he also has their payroll service, then it's just a click to get the withholding information created. Just go to the "Employees" section, click on "Pay Liabilities" and if he has correctly set up his company file, the liabilities will be automatically calculated.

 

Although I do not know why he would want to co-mingle different types of withholding within on check. [Federal and State liabilities (withholding, medicare, social security, state unemployment (if you have that)) or other state and local withholdings.] That would make it difficult to reconcile his bank statement (as he would have to determine which debits total the amount of the withholding check).

 

Hi Linda,

 

Thanks for taking the time to help! He doesn't have the payroll service, he just wants something simple and inexpensive. It doesn't necessarily have to integrate with QB.

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He can enter a manual check and enter the withholding amounts in the appropriate chart of account. He may have to talk with his CPA/Accountant to find out how they want him to enter this into his books. [His CPA/Accountant may want him to create a General Journal entry, as opposed to a manual check. This will get the transaction on both sides of the books.]

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