QuickBooks 2019 R9 Released

| June 14, 2019 | 0 Comments

Intuit has released QuickBooks 2019 R9, a maintenance release. This update should be available via automatic updates soon, if it isn’t already. You can also go to the QuickBooks Update site to download the patch.

QuickBooks 2019 R9 Payroll Changes

There are some payroll compliance changes for several states:

  • Indiana (except Assisted Payroll): You’re now able to set up your employees’ State Occupational Code(SOC) as seasonal and file State Unemployment Income (SUI) quarterly using the XLT tool.
  • Maine: You can now set up your employees’ SOC as seasonal.
  • Washington: You can now identify and correct Paid Family Medical Leave (PFML) discrepancies before quarterly filing.

QuickBooks 2019 R9 Bug Fixes

  • This release fixes the issue where the invoice history appears as blank if you use a credit memo to pay an invoice.
  • An issue with the Payments Login icon has been fixed, when emailing an invoice.
  • Resolves the issue where an error page would display when a user clicks on Customers – Link Payment Services to Company File.
  • Fixes an issue to show Past Due stamp after clicking on What’s New when on an invoice.
  • Resolves an error that appeared when closing Accountant copy files.

If you are using QuickBooks Payroll for one of the listed states, you should install this update. Otherwise, take a look at the list, if things listed here affect you then go ahead and update. If nothing excites you, I would suggest waiting a few weeks to see how this release is working for other folks. Just because I’m cautious.

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