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Yes. It's just the same as for hourly employees.
No it isn't, they don't get paid any more for it, just the time off. But QB doesn't decreacse the hours available as they use it when entered on their check. I use desktop version.
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BRC is right. You can create a separate payroll item in QuickBooks Desktop to track vacation for salaried employees.
Make sure to select this vacation item in the employee’s paycheck to decrease the hours available. See Set up and pay sick and vacation time for reference.
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RE: No it isn't, they don't get paid any more for it, just the time off.
It is the same.
When you use a Sick or Vacation hourly item for an hourly employee, their pay stays the same (split between the regular and time off items.)
When you use a Sick or Vacation salary item for an salary employee, their pay stays the same (split between the regular and time off items.)