2017-12-27 08:00:32What's New in QBOEnglishhttps://quickbooks.intuit.com/blog/us_blog/uploads/2017/12/Payroll.jpghttps://quickbooks.intuit.com/blog/whats-new/one-day-processing-now-available-quickbooks-payroll/One-Day Processing Now Available for QuickBooks Payroll

One-Day Processing Now Available for QuickBooks Payroll

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Having to schedule payroll many days in advance can be problematic when you are tight on cash flow, creating a financial burden and time constraint to meet advance deadlines. Now, you can help solve that problem by scheduling payroll up until the day before it runs.

Announcing Free 24-Hour Direct Deposit for QuickBooks® Online Payroll and QuickBooks Full Service Payroll! With 24 hour Direct Deposit, you now have the flexibility to pay employees by direct deposit sooner. With the new one-day processing, users can submit a payroll request up until 5 p.m., PT, the day before payday. Just enter each employee’s details as you normally would, whether it is an hourly or salary worker. The confirmation screen will display when the funds will be withdrawn from the employer’s bank account and deposited into the employee’s bank account.

Whether you run your payroll every Friday or at a set day each month, with 24-Hour Direct Deposit, you are able to hold onto your money for an extra day. The funds don’t leave your account until you submit your payroll request, providing a little extra assurance on your business cash flow. 24 Hour Direct Deposit offers employers greater payday accuracy by ensuring employees are paid the correct amount on payday, even if there are last-minute adjustments that need to be made. Note, that the one-day processing does take into account bank working hours, including weekends and federal holidays.

The new 24-Hour Direct Deposit gives you the flexibility to run payroll when it’s right for your business and keeps you in control. Your employees will still get the same benefit of receiving their paycheck on time and accurately. It is a win-win!

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