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How to record directors salary separately to payrolll expenses

I am in the process of running the journals for the payroll clearing account, however I have just noticed that the director's salary is no longer separated and is just 'lumped' in with all the wages in the Payroll expenses account. How can I have it so that the director's salary is recorded in director's salary account like before?

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Hello kirky71 Thanks for contacting the Community. Wh...

Hello kirky71


Thanks for contacting the Community.


When running the payroll through Paysuite, the journal entry is created automatically. However if you are wanting to amend the journal entry after it has been created, you can. 


If you go to your Payroll clearing account after running the payroll and open the journal. You can separate the wages using our accounts or your own custom accounts. However if you need any assistance with this, I ask that you speak to your accountant.


Let me know if you have any queries. Or, if you'd like to go through this over the phone, you can call our dedicated team who will be happy to assist you. Our contact details can be found here along with our opening hours.

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Level 3

Hello kirky71 Thanks for contacting the Community. Wh...

Hello kirky71


Thanks for contacting the Community.


When running the payroll through Paysuite, the journal entry is created automatically. However if you are wanting to amend the journal entry after it has been created, you can. 


If you go to your Payroll clearing account after running the payroll and open the journal. You can separate the wages using our accounts or your own custom accounts. However if you need any assistance with this, I ask that you speak to your accountant.


Let me know if you have any queries. Or, if you'd like to go through this over the phone, you can call our dedicated team who will be happy to assist you. Our contact details can be found here along with our opening hours.

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Level 1

Thanks for the response. I think Paysuite needs a bit of...

Thanks for the response. I think Paysuite needs a bit of a revamp as it is only creating more work for the user. When I was using Quickbooks desktop it was all posted automatically to the correct accounts, job done! I'll just carry on with the multiple journal entries :smile:
Level 3

Hello kirky71 Thank you for your feedback. Paysuite i...

Hello kirky71


Thank you for your feedback.


Paysuite is currently an integrated third party app where we are limited in the changes we can make. However we have recently brought out QuickBooks Online Payroll, this new payroll software will not have these limitations.


The new payroll software will eventually replace Paysuite, as it is being discontinued January 2018.


All our customers will be migrated onto this new system, when you are, please feel free to leave further feedback for us to improve our product.


Thank you.
Level 1

That sounds like a great move forward. I'll look forward...

That sounds like a great move forward. I'll look forward to using the new payroll software, and less journal entries
Level 1

When is this going to be done? I still cant specify the c...

When is this going to be done? I still cant specify the correct nominal accounts for posting payroll journals as QBO keeps on overwriting what I set the previous month, also the PAPDIS auto enrollment file format is so bad, it doesnt comply with the standards!
Level 1

You should be able to create a payroll journal template s...

You should be able to create a payroll journal template so it uses the accounts you have created not the default QB ones which I have to then delete every damn month.  Also when will you breakdown Directors salary into a separate nominal as you are required to do by law.  Come on Intuit, quit leaving us hanging after such aggressive sales tactics to get me to switch all my businesses from QB Desktop.