QB Issue Resolution:

I’m glad you’re using the Community space to clarify the tax of your employees in Colorado. And, congrats on your new office!

 

As long as you choose CO as the withholding state and yourpayroll is updated, you’re good to go. QuickBooks will calculate the withholding and the SUI in Colorado when you create them paychecks.

 

On your second question, you don’t need to set up an account, but you’ll have to set up a payment schedule (ex: monthly, quarterly, etc). That way, days before due date, you’ll see how much you need to pay for CO withholding in the Pay Liabilities section.

 

On the third question, you won’t need to run a separate payroll for your Utah employees and Colorado employees. You pay them all at once.

 

I’ve got you some articles about employee working on a different state for additional reference:

Resolution for Issue 'Employee living and working in another state – Does withholding and unemployment automatically calculate for new state?' available: Yes (Solved).
Source: Intuit Community forum.

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