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Why you Need to Use Payroll Liability Adjustment?
Following are the scenarios where you will require to make changes to your payroll liabilities in QuickBooks:

In case, you have accidentally set up incorrect tax tracking type for health insurance company contribution.
When an employee is no more receiving paychecks, you might need to make changes to the deductions, additions, or YTD wages of the employee.
When you require to make changes to 401(k) Company match or Health Savings Account (HSA) which falls under the company contribution items.
Now let’s move on to making changes to the payroll tax liabilities in QuickBooks, but before that ensure you have the latest payroll tax table updates installed.

Steps to Adjust Overpaid Payroll Liabilities in the Company File
The following steps only works for Enhanced, Basic, and Standard payroll service users. If you are using QuickBooks Online Payroll or Assisted Payroll, then you cannot make changes to payroll liabilities on your own and need to contact support for assistance. Adjusting payroll liabilities is a complex process and if you are not already familiar with liability adjustment in QuickBooks, then we suggest you to contact your accountant or support at 1.855.738.2784.

Adjustment for the Company
From the dashboard of your QuickBooks Desktop application click the Employees tab and select Payroll Taxes and Liabilities.Adjust Payroll Taxes and Liabilities in QuickBooks
Select Adjust Payroll Liabilities and then select the date on which you want the adjustment.
Now select the Effective Date for the adjustment.
Select Company under the Adjustment is for segment.
Now choose the adjustment item from the Item Name drop down list.
Enter the negative amount that you have paid for the adjustment.
Type your explanation for the transaction in the Memo section.
Hit the Accounts Affected button.
Click Affect Liability and Expense Accounts if you want your accounts to be affected or else click Do Not Affect Accounts.QuickBooks Liability Adjustment
Hit OK on the Affect Accounts screen.
Click OK again to save the adjustment.
Adjustment for the Employee
Follow step first to third from the Adjust your Company method as given above.
Select Employee under the Adjustment is for segment.
From the drop down list, click the employee’s name for which you want to make the adjustment.
From the Taxes and Liabilities section select the payroll item for adjustment and enter the negative amount.
Follow step 7 to 11 as mentioned in the Adjustment for the company method to save the changes.
Steps to get Overpaid Liability as a Payroll Tax Liability Credit
NOTE: Make sure to select the correct account to avoid any mistakes in the tax forms.

Generate a liability check by following the steps mentioned in the article Set up and pay scheduled or custom liabilities.
Under the Expenses tab in QuickBooks, select the account, which you want to be credited.
In the Amount section, enter the negative amount that needs to be credited.
Type the explanation for the adjustment in the Memo section.
Click Recalculate to adjust the check amount with the credit amount.
Follow the same steps if there is any credit balance left.

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