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my bookeeper has left one of my employees out of payroll when running and submitted to HMRC can I do anything to amend this?

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Best answer 10-12-2018

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QuickBooks Team

Re: payroll

Okay so if you are using Quickbooks Online Payroll

 

You would have to rollback the payroll and then make the changes needed for that employee.I have included a link with more information on that here

 

Essentially you would click on employees and on the main payroll page you will have payroll history, you just choose the payroll period you are wanting to rollback on and you will see a dustbin, you will get a message saying are you sure.?

 

You will be deleting that payroll run and then you just need to make the changes and run the payroll again

 

You would then need to do another fps submission(If you have done one already for this period) but in the reason select correction to the previous submission

 

Any further questions let us know

 

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QuickBooks Team

Re: payroll

Hello, Welcome to the community,

 

Can I just clarify which payroll you are using? We have 2 different options currently. If you click on employees on the left hand side in the top left if it has powered by Paysuite it is Paysuite if not it is the Quickbooks Online Payroll?

 

 

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Re: payroll

It looks like it's the Quikbooks online payroll

QuickBooks Team

Re: payroll

Okay so if you are using Quickbooks Online Payroll

 

You would have to rollback the payroll and then make the changes needed for that employee.I have included a link with more information on that here

 

Essentially you would click on employees and on the main payroll page you will have payroll history, you just choose the payroll period you are wanting to rollback on and you will see a dustbin, you will get a message saying are you sure.?

 

You will be deleting that payroll run and then you just need to make the changes and run the payroll again

 

You would then need to do another fps submission(If you have done one already for this period) but in the reason select correction to the previous submission

 

Any further questions let us know

 

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Re: payroll

We currently terminated with Public Employees Retirement System (PERS) but the contract ended 04/30/2019. That is the beginning of our pay period ending 05/10/2019. So we need to make two checks for dates April 27, 28, 29 and 30th with (PERS), than another one May 1-10th with social security. Any suggestions?

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We have to enter employees twice in the same pay period because we they are in PERS than the company terminated on April 30 and that's in the same pay period ending May 10TH?? They start Social security payments on May 1st...…...

 

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Re: payroll

Thanks for getting back to us, Andreanmadros.

Let me help you further with running payroll twice for the same employee via QuickBooks Online.

 

I can provide you with easy steps on how you can pay the employee twice.

 

Here's how:

 

  1. Go to Employees > Payroll.
    Important: Make sure you've finished setting up all the employees you want to pay today. If an employee is missing some details and we need to create their payment or submit their RTI to HMRC, they won’t show up in the list when you run payroll.
  2. ​Select Run payroll.
  3. Make sure all of the employees you want to pay are listed.
    Note:  Select the slider next to a name if you want to remove the employee from this payroll.
  4. Double-check the pay date. If you want to change it, select the date and then choose another. Remember, the pay date must be within the pay period.
  5. ​Enter pay details for each employee.

For more details, check out this article: Pay your employees in QuickBooks Online Payroll.

 

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Let me know if you have additional questions about running payroll in QuickBooks Online. I'm here to help.