QBPro 2011 SUTA question

We got a notification for a SUTA rate change for third quarter about a month ago lowering the premium rate. I went in and made the change in QB but now
that I am running the SUTA report for third quarter it is only applying this new lower rate to certain employees, while others are still at the older highter rate. How can I go in and make sure everyone is at this lower rate? Is there a way to change the rate on individual employees?
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Ok I see what the system has done, but I have no idea how to correct for it... since the notice didn't arrive until well into the third quarter there were a few paychecks that were assessed at the older higher rate before made the change to the new rate. Is there a way to make QB auto correct it's liabilities when you change a rate mid-quarter like that?
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Never mind... I eventually found help online
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Matt wrote:

For future reference...you can do a manual payroll adjustment for each employee for the ytd to date difference. Then the next paycheck will calculate everything properly.
OR you can just let QB do it's own year to date adjustment process when each paycheck is created.
If you are close to the end of a quarter then I usually do the manual adjustment so that I don't have to worry if QB will make the adjustment by the end of the quarter.
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That's pretty much what I found... how to run a Payroll Checkup and then how to make manual adjustments to payroll. My concern was how Quickbooks was going to handle the adjustments. I personally couldn't see how changing the SUTA numbers wouldn't effect other payroll items and my returns for that Quarter, but I guess I pretty much have to put my faith in Quickbooks ability to make the adjustments work out. :)
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