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7% raise for $24.75

what is the 7% raise for "$24.75" per hour would be? and 7% raise for 18.70 per hour.

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Re: 7% raise for $24.75

You want us to do simple 4th grade math for you?

QuickBooks Team

Re: 7% raise for $24.75

Hello @Misnietos,


I'd love to help you with this concern. But I'd need more details about this. 


When you say "7% raise" are you referring to the billable hours to customers? Or is this for payroll? 


Please leave a comment below for more details about your concerns. It'll be my pleasure to help you.

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Re: 7% raise for $24.75

Yes, It is a payroll raise.

I do know it is a simple 4th grade math

but I am not to expert with payroll, so I thought there it will a different way to apply the 7% rate for payroll.


Thank you for your concern,



QuickBooks Team

Re: 7% raise for $24.75

Thank you for the quick response, @Misnietos!


You'll have to consider these two scenarios before you can add the raise to your employee payroll. I'm here to share them and help from there.


To start with, if you're adding an hourly raise to your employee payroll, you'll have to manually edit your employee raise. Here's how:

  1. Go to Employees.
  2. Select Employee Center.
  3. Find and double-click to open your employee profile.
  4. Click Payroll Info.
  5. Enter the 7% raise amount of your employee hourly rate.
  6. Select OK.

On the other hand, if it's just for a signal paycheck of your employee, you can manually edit the hourly rate of your paycheck. Let me show you how:

  1. Go to Employees.
  2. Select Payroll Center.
  3. Click Start Unscheduled Payroll.
  4. Choose your employee who will receive the raise amount.
  5. Select Open Paycheck Detail.
  6. Enter the 7% raise amount of your employee hourly rate.
  7. Hit Save & Close.
  8. Select Continue.
  9. Click Create Paychecks.

But please know that you'll have to manually calculate and enter the 7% equivalent amount of your employee's hourly rate.


In addition, I'll be including a couple of screenshots for your visual reference.


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Lastly, you can also read this helpful article that might be your guide for your future reference: Void a Paycheck.


It'll be always my pleasure to help if you have any other questions. I'll be keeping an eye for your response.

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Re: 7% raise for $24.75

I do thank you for your help, very kind of you I do appreciate.

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