Quick Payroll account question

For 2012 our company is moving to a Point of Sale/Warehouse management system that has payroll built in so naturally I did not renew my QB Pro2011 payroll subscription for this year. Well today I decided to start on my
Federal and State end of year filings and I can't seem to get into the State section... every time I try the system starts asking for money. Shouldn't that have been included in my 2011 payroll subscription?
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It should have. But alas, it's not. Typically you have to renew to get to print W-2 and year-end reports.
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Paul Thomas, CPA
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So I guess it's impossible to quit QB ;)
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Chuck wrote:

Your payroll subscription is not for a calendar year. If your subscription ends in November then you will need to either renew your subscription or deal with year end manually. Your payroll reports will still work so that you can get your state reports done.
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