California EDD Changes Payroll Tax Filings

Effective April 1, 2011, and beginning with all first quarter 2011 filings, the California Employment Development Department (EDD) is modifying the existing payroll tax forms and changing the filing frequency for the Contribution Return.

In summary, the changes are:

 The DE 7, Annual Reconciliation Statement, is being replaced with the DE 9, Quarterly Contribution Return and Report of Wages. The DE 9 must now be filed on a quarterly basis.
 The DE 6, Quarterly Wage and Withholding Report, is being replaced with the DE 9C, Quarterly Contribution Return and Report of Wages (Continuation). The DE 9C filing is still required quarterly.
 There is no change to the DE 88, Payroll Tax Deposit form.

What You Need to Do

Intuit Payroll is committed to keeping you up-to-date with your payroll service and making sure you have the latest information. If you currently file and pay to the California Employment Development Department using DE 6 and/or DE 7, here’s how the EDD changes may affect you:

 QuickBooks Basic or Standard Payroll subscribers: Use the information provided by the California EDD to understand the changes and get the new forms.
 QuickBooks Assisted Payroll subscribers: No action is required. The payroll service has made the necessary modifications to comply with these changes.
 QuickBooks Enhanced Payroll subscribers: Make sure you downloaded Payroll Update 21108, which was released in mid-March. This payroll update included the updates and modifications needed to comply with these changes.

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