In QuickBooks desktop, verify that the liability account is active.
- Select the Lists menu item.
- Select Chart of Accounts from the drop-down menu.
- Verify sure the inactive option is chosen from the drop-down menu.
- If you are unable to pick the inactive option, do not proceed since no inactive accounts exist.
- If you can select inactive, go to the next step.
- If your account has a large X on the left side, select the Edit option.
- Select the option to Make Account Active.
- Select the Chart of Accounts option.
QuickBooks Payroll Liability Not Showing can occur for a variety of reasons.
Instead of using the Current Liability Account to track the account, you’ve created a liability.
The liability account has been put to dormant mode.
During the payment setup, the incorrect date range was specified.
A Paid Through Date from the Adjustment or Previous Liability Check may be reflecting the relevant accrued amounts.
The QuickBooks Latest version has superseded any prior version of QuickBooks.
Past obligations have been eliminated after the four Calendar Quarters. Use Create Custom Liability Payment to pay any past due with a liability of five quarters or more.
Payroll Liabilities in QuickBooks aren’t showing up.
All of the paychecks that initially resulted in obligations have been erased or cancelled.
You may have accidentally destroyed the business file, and you’ll need to reorganise your QuickBooks list.
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When the Payroll factor set to another liability account
To fix this, you have to update your QuickBooks account and also the payroll tax table.