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How can I set up an earnings type and then apply it to all employees at once.

 
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Re: How can I set up an earnings type and then apply it to all employees at once.

good question

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Re: How can I set up an earnings type and then apply it to all employees at once.

Hi there, suedarwin.

 

I appreciate you taking the time to visit the Community. I'd be glad to offer my assistance with setting up an earnings type for your employees.

 

QuickBooks Online offers several options to pay your employees. Some of these include: hourly, overtime, paid time off, sick pay, vacation, etc.

 

You can set up employee pay types by:

 

1. Clicking the Workers tab in the left navigation bar.

2. Select one of your employees to open their profile.

3. Choose the small pencil icon beside of Pay.

4. Click the pencil icon once more in section #4.

5. Select how you pay your employee. You can choose any additional pay types or even more ways to pay.

6. Choose Done when you're finished.

 

I've got an article for you that explains supported pay types and deductions. You can check it out here: https://community.intuit.com/articles/1767979-supported-pay-types-and-deductions-explained.

 

At this time, QuickBooks Online doesn't offer the ability to create a pay type and then apply it to all of your employees. I'll be sure to submit feedback to the Product Development Team to let them know you'd like to have this option.

 

You can stay up to date on product updates and feature releases by viewing the QuickBooks Blog: https://quickbooks.intuit.com/blog/.

 

I wish you and your business continued success. Don't hesitate to reach out if you have any other questions.

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Re: How can I set up an earnings type and then apply it to all employees at once.


@MorganB wrote:

 

QuickBooks Online doesn't offer the ability to create a pay type and then apply it to all of your employees. 

 

 


buried in the drivel there actually is an answer