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JacWhit
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Termination check total is more than usual salary due to PTO payout. QB will not calculate pay over usual salary amount. What to do?

Termination check total is more than usual salary due to PTO payout. QB will not calculate pay over usual salary amount. What to do?

 

usually have a total of 80 yhours for bi-weekly check. 

Termination check is for 40 hours plus 61.5 hours of PTO.

QB always totals to the usual salary amount no matter how many hours I enter for hours worked.

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Best answer May 26, 2021

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BigRedConsulting
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Termination check total is more than usual salary due to PTO payout. QB will not calculate pay over usual salary amount. What to do?

When a salaried employee is cashing out sick/vacation/PTO, add it to the paycheck using an hourly type sick or vacation item. When you do this, use the salaried employee's imputed hourly rate of pay.

 

For example, if the employee makes $1000 a week, and 40 hours of PTO is equal to a week off, then the imputed rate is $1000/40 = $25 per hour.

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BigRedConsulting
Community Champion

Termination check total is more than usual salary due to PTO payout. QB will not calculate pay over usual salary amount. What to do?

When a salaried employee is cashing out sick/vacation/PTO, add it to the paycheck using an hourly type sick or vacation item. When you do this, use the salaried employee's imputed hourly rate of pay.

 

For example, if the employee makes $1000 a week, and 40 hours of PTO is equal to a week off, then the imputed rate is $1000/40 = $25 per hour.

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