QuickBooks Error PS036 is a standard error encountered by numerous QB users. This error has multiple reasons, which is why it’s considered a common error. The error is notorious for blocking the updates of payroll to the newest tax table. This error often showcases an error message on the screen that reads, “PS036 There is a problem verifying your payroll subscription”. QuickBooks can even stop calculating the taxes after you encounter this error. You can read this blog for a thorough understanding of this error.
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Causes For QuickBooks Error Message PS036
The causes are the root of an error. You must know the reasons for the error to resolve it. Not doing so will lead to wastage of time and can lead to more problems instead of fixing them. You can understand the reasons for the error from down below:
- Your Payroll Subscription is invalid or has expired.
- Your company file’s PSID is not correct.
- The service key you are using is not valid.
- QuickBooks or supporting Windows components are not updated.
- Invalid EIN Number.
With the causes in mind, you can try the solutions step-by-step that are discussed in the next section.
Troubleshooting Procedures To Fix QuickBooks Payroll Error PS036
You can undertake many procedures to resolve this error. What truly matters is what’s the reason for your error. Solving that will be the sole purpose of going through the solutions. You can know the reason and then look for an answer from down below:
Procedure 1: Verify QuickBooks Payroll Subscription
You can first verify your payroll subscription, as an invalid or expired subscription can trigger this error. Execute the measures given below to resolve this error:
- Download and install the newest version of QuickBooks and Tax Table.
- Open QuickBooks and sign in to your Payroll Service Account.
- Click on Employee, then click on My Payroll Services and finally Account/Billing Information.
- Enter the login credentials. Now, you can click on Sign In.
- After you’ve logged into the Payroll Account Management Portal, you can move to the Payroll Details Section.
- EIN must be displayed with the correct company name.
- Click on Edit next to Payroll Admin. Make any necessary changes if required.
- Click on Update. Now, click on Close to save the changes.
- Restart your system and download the updates one more time.
- Open QuickBooks to see if your issue got fixed.
Follow the next measures given down below if you can’t fix the error with the steps mentioned above.
Procedure 2: Rename Paysub.ini File
Renaming crucial file like Paysub.ini can effectively resolve this error. Execute the simple steps given below:
- Paysub.ini is a hidden file on Windows. You must change the settings of Windows folder permissions.
- Open My Computer and click on Organize.
- Click on Folder And Search Options. Now choose the View tab.
- Click on Hidden Files And Folders. Tick Show Hidden Files, Folders And Drivers.
- Click on Apply and then OK.
- Move to My Computer and search for Paysub.ini.
- Right-click on the found files and choose Rename.
- Rename the file extension from .ini to .old.
- Repeat the same process for all paysub files.
With the solutions and causes explained in this blog, you can resolve QuickBooks Error PS036 confidently. Make sure to implement all the steps given correctly. Also, try and diagnose your reason from the causes section of the blog. With this in mind, this error should get resolved in a short span of time.
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