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  • Benwatson
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    QuickBooks acts as an ultimate solution for modern-day business issues. Due to its vast technology, the occurrence of an error is not a strange thing. Sometimes users face unwanted errors such as QuickBooks Payroll Error PS060. It generally occurs when you are unable to auto-renew the payroll subscription due to incorrect credit card information. Well, there are many possible reasons behind this trick error. So you must solve Error PS060 as soon as possible.

    1. You may end up with QB error code PS060 if you are using a QuickBooks Desktop version that is more than 3 years old.
    2. It takes place when you are unable to auto-renew the payroll subscription due to incorrect credit card information.
    3. The error appears on your screen if Intuit’s server is down.
    4. It might be possible that the third-party security software would have blocked QuickBooks.
    5. QB Payroll Error PS060 takes place due to malicious software such as viruses and Malware.

    We hope the above factors would have helped you know what evokes QuickBooks payroll error PS060. For any further assistance, place a call on our Toll-Free Number 855-948-3651.

    bruce.banner0097
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    If you are on a network
    Open Internet Explorer.
    Select Tools then Internet Options.
    Go to the General tab.
    In the Browsing History section, select Delete.
    Select Delete.
    Verify Temporary Internet files and website files is selected. (Note, no need to delete Cookies.)
    Select Delete then OK.
    Go to the command prompt and flush the DNS.
    Select Start then All Programs.
    Select Accessories then Run.
    In the run box, type CMD.
    The Command Prompt will open.
    Type ipconfig /flushdns
    Press Enter.
    Try to send payroll.

    If you are not on a network

    Reboot your computer.
    Flush the DNS.
    Select Start then All Programs.
    Select Accessories then Run.
    In the run box, type CMD.
    The Command Prompt will open.
    Type ipconfig /flushdns
    Press Enter.
    Delete temporary internet files.
    Select Tools then Internet Options.
    Go to the General tab.
    In the Browsing History section, select Delete.
    Select Delete.
    Verify Temporary Internet files and website files is selected. (Note, no need to delete Cookies.)
    Select Delete then OK.
    Repeat Step 2.
    Clear the Publisher’s Certificate Revocation checkbox.
    Open Internet Explorer.
    Select Tools then Internet Options.
    Go to the Advanced tab.
    Scroll to the Security section and uncheck:
    Check for publishers revocation
    Check for server certificate revocation
    Reboot your computer then try resending the payroll again.

    Regards,
    Bruce

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