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What the stamp on the payment or check means

After a payroll liability check is created or an e-payment is submitted, the liability payment is stamped with a status. Following describes the possible statuses:

  • Paid identifies a payroll liability check that was created 'To print'.

  • Submitted identifies an e-payment that was submitted to the tax agency.

  • Rejected identifies an e-payment that was submitted and subsequently rejected by the agency. How to handle a rejected payment

  • Transmission Error identifies an e-payment that was submitted, but then encountered a problem during transmission. How to handle an e-payment that encountered a transmission error

    To handle a payment that encountered a transmission error:

    1. Open the Payroll Center. (Go to the Employees menu and click Payroll Center.)

    2. Click the Related Payment Activities drop-down arrow and click View E-payment History.

    3. One of the following occurs:

      If the e-payment reached Intuit before the transmission error occurred, QuickBooks receives an acknowledgement from Intuit and updates the status.

      or

      If the e-payment didn't reached Intuit before the transmission error occurred, QuickBooks deletes the e-payment and redisplays the payment in the Payroll Center. You can then resubmit the e-payment.

See also

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