How do I create this report?
Go to the Reports menu, click Employees &
Payroll, and then click Payroll Detail Review.
This report provides detailed information about how QuickBooks
calculates tax amounts on employee paychecks and in year-to-date
When you create a paycheck in QuickBooks, you may notice that a
certain flat-rate tax such as Social Security has stopped
calculating, or that the tax amount has increased since the last
time you created a paycheck for this employee. You can use this
report as a research tool to see exactly what numbers QuickBooks
used to calculate the tax amounts.
The report covers the calendar year to date. To change the period covered, click the Dates drop-down list and choose a different date range.
Suppose you suspect that Social Security tax was underwithheld
on some employees' paychecks during the last payroll run, and
you want to see exactly how QuickBooks calculated Social Security
and other flat-rate taxes.
You can generate a payroll detail review report and see the
detail behind each flat-tax calculation on every employee paycheck.
This report helps you identify when QuickBooks adjusts a tax amount
(to correct an error in the payroll data, for example), when your
payroll administrator makes manual adjustments, or when a tax has
encountered an annual wage base limit.
Get the most out of a report
Memorize a report for reuse
tax calculations with the payroll detail review report
flat-rate tax changes affect paychecks