Thank you for posting here in the Community, @Cap-Capt.
It's my pleasure to help you, however, I'd like to ask additional details to be able to give the right amount of information.
Additional details would be much appreciated. Feel free to drop them by adding a comment below. Have a great day ahead!
Thank you Angelyn,
It is quick books contractor premiere 2017, Working in the Payroll Center.
In the 5 years that I've used QB for payroll, the employee pay stubs have never shown the company taxes and contributions portion, which is frustrating because the kinds of things that I'm required to track as a contractor look like:
|ISSUE DATE||EXPIRATION DATE||BASIC HOURLY RATE||HEALTH AND WELFARE||PENSION||TRAINING||OTHER PAYMENTS|
There are also company paid taxes such as FUTA, that also need to be tracked, and this information needs to be readily available to my employees. The easiest way to disseminate this information is on the pay stub that is already going to my employees.
There is a scan of an actual pay stub attached, showing only the employee taxes taken from the gross, not the taxes the company paid over and above the employee rate.
This is probably an easy fix, where there just needs to be a tic mark in a box, but that information is not easily found!
Thanks for your help!
Thank you for the additional information details, @Cap-Capt.
Allow me to share information about the employer portion of taxes and contributions in QuickBooks Desktop (QBDT).
Pay stub is given to the employee which shows the amount of money the employee earned and the amount that was removed for taxes, insurance costs, and others.
When creating paychecks to your employee, the company/employer contributions will reflect/show on the Preview Paycheck page. However, it won't reflect to the employee's pay stub because those contributions belongs to the employer/company side.
If you wish to check the company contributions you may run the payroll detail report in QBDT. To run the report, go to Reports at the top menu bar, select Employees & Payroll, and click on Payroll Detail Review.
Let me know if you have any other concerns by adding a comment below, It's my pleasure to help!
Well now, that's just sad. Even 30 years ago, when I had to do payroll by hand, the check stubs had an area for employer taxes and contributions. Maybe that is a feature QBDT could add in an update?
The payroll detail review just won't work for my needs, but thanks for the suggestion!
Hello there, Cap-Capt.
At this time, there isn't an option to show employer taxes and contributions to the pay stub. We would appreciate if you can send this idea straight to our product engineers. Your feedback will help us determine the features that needs to be improve. Let me also do my part in sending a request to our Developers so this will be taken care of.
Here's how to send your feedback:
You may also want to check the new available features of QuickBooks Desktop from time to time.
I've added a screenshot below for a better view.
I'm also looking forward to see this feature soon. Let me know if there's anything else I can do for you. I'm always here to help.