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Retroactively Tracking Workers Comp Insurance in Job Profitability Reports

Hi,

 

When running Job Profitability reports, all of our employees' payroll items - employer taxes included - are showing up.  However, Workers Comp has not been showing up in any of our job reports, despite the fact that I'd entered the employee's class code and assigned it to a job every time I would run payroll.    I realized this was because I didn't select "Track Expenses by Job" for the Workers Compensation item under the Payroll Item List.  Now that I've selected it, it should hopefully track it and show up on our Job Profitability reports moving forward.  But, is there a way to retroactively incorporate Workers Comp from prior paychecks into our Job Profitability reports?

 

Thanks.

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Best answer 02-05-2019

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Re: Retroactively Tracking Workers Comp Insurance in Job Profitability Reports

Hello, mmrnmhrm.

I'd be glad to provide you with some information about tracking worker's comp insurance in QuickBooks Desktop.

 

There's isn't a way to retroactively incorporate prior paychecks for worker's comp. You'll need to open and toggle those paychecks in order to show it your Job Profitability report.

 

Here's how:

 

  1. Go to the affected paycheck by clicking the Employees tab.
  2. Double click on the paycheck you want to edit.
  3. Click the Paycheck Detail tab once you're routed to the check.
  4. Click the Unlock Net Pay button first prior to making changes. Review the Special Paycheck Situation prompt.
  5. Click OK to proceed.
  6. Change the old WC code to the updated one by clicking the drop-down arrow in the WC Code column.
  7. Click OK

You may find this article helpful: About Workers' Compensation in QuickBooks Desktop.

 

If you'd like to go through this over the phone, you can call our dedicated team who will be happy to assist you. Our contact details can be found here along with our opening hours:

 

  1. Go to: https://help.quickbooks.intuit.com/en_US/contact.
  2. Choose your QuickBooks Product.
  3. Select your QuickBooks version.
  4. On the Contact Us page, click a topic.
  5. Click on the Get Phone Number button to see the support number.

I've got your back if there's anything else I can help with about worker's comp. Have a good one.

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Re: Retroactively Tracking Workers Comp Insurance in Job Profitability Reports

Hello, mmrnmhrm.

I'd be glad to provide you with some information about tracking worker's comp insurance in QuickBooks Desktop.

 

There's isn't a way to retroactively incorporate prior paychecks for worker's comp. You'll need to open and toggle those paychecks in order to show it your Job Profitability report.

 

Here's how:

 

  1. Go to the affected paycheck by clicking the Employees tab.
  2. Double click on the paycheck you want to edit.
  3. Click the Paycheck Detail tab once you're routed to the check.
  4. Click the Unlock Net Pay button first prior to making changes. Review the Special Paycheck Situation prompt.
  5. Click OK to proceed.
  6. Change the old WC code to the updated one by clicking the drop-down arrow in the WC Code column.
  7. Click OK

You may find this article helpful: About Workers' Compensation in QuickBooks Desktop.

 

If you'd like to go through this over the phone, you can call our dedicated team who will be happy to assist you. Our contact details can be found here along with our opening hours:

 

  1. Go to: https://help.quickbooks.intuit.com/en_US/contact.
  2. Choose your QuickBooks Product.
  3. Select your QuickBooks version.
  4. On the Contact Us page, click a topic.
  5. Click on the Get Phone Number button to see the support number.

I've got your back if there's anything else I can help with about worker's comp. Have a good one.

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Re: Retroactively Tracking Workers Comp Insurance in Job Profitability Reports

This worked, thank you!

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