Payroll Update 22011 for QuickBooks 2017

QuickBooks Desktop 2017 Services and Support Discontinuation Notice

Live technical support and other services — including QuickBooks Payroll Services — will be discontinued for QuickBooks Desktop 2017 on May 31, 2020. If you are using QuickBooks Desktop 2017 and would like to continue to use your QuickBooks Payroll service, you will need to upgrade to a newer version of QuickBooks. If you do not upgrade before May 31, 2020, you can expect:

  • Your payroll tax calculations will be incorrect.
  • You will be unable to send payroll, including direct deposit.
  • Your payroll subscription will be deactivated.

To avoid interruption to your service and support, purchase and register a newer version of QuickBooks by calling (866) 676-9670 for QuickBooks Desktop Pro and Premier, or (844) 832-2908 for QuickBooks Desktop Enterprise.

For more information about the QuickBooks Desktop Discontinuation Policy, please click here.


  Summary of Tax Table Updates
  • This tax table includes a new tax tracking type to track employer medicare liabilities for paid leave credits, as defined in the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA).

Click here to see a cumulative list of all tax table updates for 2020 and required actions.


  Summary of Tax Forms Updates
  • There are no forms updates in this Payroll Update.

Click here to see a cumulative list of all tax form updates for 2020.

  Summary of E-File & Pay Updates
  • There are no E-File & Pay changes in this Payroll Update.

Click here to see a cumulative list of all e-file & pay updates for 2020.

If you share your company file over a network

If you use QuickBooks to share your company file over a network, your coworkers can install payroll updates even if they do not have direct access to the Internet. Be sure that each copy of QuickBooks is set with the Share Download option turned on. Click here for more information.

Disclaimer: The information contained on these pages is meant to provide general information about the payroll process. It is not intended to provide comprehensive tax or legal advice and does not modify or extend the service guarantee to any Intuit product or service. You are responsible for consulting with your own professional tax advisor, accountant, and/or attorney concerning your business' specific concerns.