QuickBooks enables easy and efficient management of “Payroll in-house.” You can create single to multiple “Paychecks” once you have setup QuickBooks payroll for transactions related to your active or terminated employees. With QuickBooks well synced with payroll transactions, creating paychecks in QuickBooks Desktop Payroll is just a few clicks away.
Let’s see how to create Paychecks in QuickBooks Desktop Payroll and what are types of “Paychecks” in QuickBooks Desktop Payroll.
Scheduled Payroll is the one in which you pay your representatives on a “standard calendar,” such as week by week, month to month, etc. It also considered under a Scheduled Payroll category even if you are paying the employees on an alternate calendar. You need to ensure that finance plan dates are correctly put in before running planned finance.
This type of Paychecks will come into the scenario when you do not pay your employees routinely, or you are paying them an “off cycle” paycheck or reward check, etc. that is not adjoined with their regular paycheck.
You can use Termination Checks to pay off the last paycheck to the discharged or fired workers. The format helps you to enter representative’s discharge date and inspecting them idle(discretionary).
Note: The text memo will get filled, when you direct deposit to pay your employees to save a serial number of checks.
Hopefully, the above-explained steps are comprehensive and easy to understand. Though at times, it might be a scenario where there are some confusions or you are unable to understand what to do next, in such a case, call us at QuickBooks Desktop Support Phone Number 1-877-263-2742.
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