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Payroll Check Problem

We have an employee that recently went from DD to Paper Checks. He never made it by to pick up his last two paper checks, so when he did come by, the owner just wrote him one check that was the combined amount of the last three pay periods. Now I can't get the check to match in QB. Any thoughts on how to accomplish this? I tried to find a match, but there weren't any payroll checks to accept as the match. Any help is greatly appreciated!

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Best answer 08-31-2019

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QuickBooks Team

Re: Payroll Check Problem

Hello there, @brireavis.

 

I have a couple of options to share on how you can accomplish this payroll concern.

 

If you haven't paid your taxes for this employee, you can delete the three paychecks that you've created (this includes the two checks that were not picked up and the 3rd one that was created by your manager) and write a check that contains all the amounts and tax calculations of the 3 combined checks afterwards.

 

To do that:

  1. Select Workers, then Employees.
  2. Select Paycheck List under Run Payroll,
  3. Change the date range if necessary. Then select the paychecks you want to delete.
  4. Select Delete.
  5. Mark the check-mark box to confirm the deletion. Then select Delete Paycheck.

Once deleted, you may no proceed with creating the paycheck. Please refer to these links below to guide you through the steps:

After that, you can now match the transactions on your QuickBooks with your bank account.

 

On the other hand, if you're paying your taxes every after the pay period, I'd recommend reaching out to your accountant. This way they'll be able to give you the best course of action in this situation.

 

These resources will get you on track, brireavis.

 

I'd like to ensure that you're all set, so please let me know how it goes or if there's anything else that you need. I'll be around to help you out. Enjoy your weekend!

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QuickBooks Team

Re: Payroll Check Problem

Hello there, @brireavis.

 

I have a couple of options to share on how you can accomplish this payroll concern.

 

If you haven't paid your taxes for this employee, you can delete the three paychecks that you've created (this includes the two checks that were not picked up and the 3rd one that was created by your manager) and write a check that contains all the amounts and tax calculations of the 3 combined checks afterwards.

 

To do that:

  1. Select Workers, then Employees.
  2. Select Paycheck List under Run Payroll,
  3. Change the date range if necessary. Then select the paychecks you want to delete.
  4. Select Delete.
  5. Mark the check-mark box to confirm the deletion. Then select Delete Paycheck.

Once deleted, you may no proceed with creating the paycheck. Please refer to these links below to guide you through the steps:

After that, you can now match the transactions on your QuickBooks with your bank account.

 

On the other hand, if you're paying your taxes every after the pay period, I'd recommend reaching out to your accountant. This way they'll be able to give you the best course of action in this situation.

 

These resources will get you on track, brireavis.

 

I'd like to ensure that you're all set, so please let me know how it goes or if there's anything else that you need. I'll be around to help you out. Enjoy your weekend!

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Re: Payroll Check Problem

Thank you so much! I was able to delete the 3 checks and just make one. I do appreciate the help! Have a good one!

QuickBooks Team

Re: Payroll Check Problem

I am really happy to hear that this has been fixed, @brireavis.

 

Please know that my doors are always open to help you if you have any concerns with QuickBooks. Feel free to post again, and I'll get it taken care of.

 

Additionally, if you have any "How do I" questions about QuickBooks, you may see these resources below for some details:

Thanks for coming to the Community, wishing you and your business continued success! 

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