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According to Intuit QuickBooks formats dates the same way that Windows does. To change the format of dates in QuickBooks, change your settings in Windows you are using. For more help in changing date format in window's follow Intuit Support .
Use the timeshhets to post the hours. Once the hours are posted in the timesheet you'll be able to pay the gyard and bill the customer at the same time. That is a nice feature of QuickBooks for you're type of company. www.cpahispano.com
QuickBooks will set up both sides of a simple plan if you use the EZ set up.
OPen the payroll item list, click on Payroll item (at the bottom of the window) and then new item. Chose the EZ set up and it will walk you right through it. You can then go in and edit each item (employee and company) as you need to.
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Did you set up the simple plan through the ez set up? QuickBooks will automatically default to the USUAL settings -ie employee portion is only taxable at the state and local level)
You might want to check how you have it set up. To do this
Go into the edit payroll item, click through until you find the screen for Taxes and select the items that are affected by the contribution (check with your state and local taxing authorities to see if you need to withhold for the employee portion)
If is any help - we have just had the same problem.......had version 5 (very old) of QB
changed computer to Vista and would not work so had to buy Pro 208 for Vista . We really had to get in touch with Quickbooks - they send you a free upgrade kit (disc which is Pro 2006 version (not a fuull version but enogh to get the data over) then you load that on your old machine transfer your data to that then copy that again - then load into Pro 2008 - worked fine for us - have come across a hiccup with VAT - but however I guess we are going to have to give in and phone them after the Bank holiday........apart from that everything was fine.
be brave and phone 'em - tech support was helpful.