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view direct deposit info

We have recently switched from QB online to QB desktop. The direct deposit information for the employees did not transfer over. How can I view the DD info in QB online?

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Best answer 03-13-2019

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QuickBooks Team

Re: view direct deposit info

Good day, @bootz26.

 

Congratulations on your switch to QuickBooks Desktop. I’m here to share some insight into your employees Direct Deposit information.

 

One of the limitations of the process of exporting data from QuickBooks Online to Desktop is for the Direct Deposit details not being moved over. 

 

If you want to continue running your payroll using Intuit’s Payroll Service, you need to set it up again then enter the year-to-date information.

 

Viewing your employees DD info in QBO is currently unavailable. You can only see the last 4 digits of their bank account details in the Pay section of their profile. This is to keep confidential information safe.

 

As a suggestion, if you still have the Direct Deposit Authorization forms submitted by your employees, review them to see their full account details.

 

That should do it. Post again in the Community if you have any other questions working with QuickBooks. I'm more than happy to help you out. Have a good one!

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QuickBooks Team

Re: view direct deposit info

Good day, @bootz26.

 

Congratulations on your switch to QuickBooks Desktop. I’m here to share some insight into your employees Direct Deposit information.

 

One of the limitations of the process of exporting data from QuickBooks Online to Desktop is for the Direct Deposit details not being moved over. 

 

If you want to continue running your payroll using Intuit’s Payroll Service, you need to set it up again then enter the year-to-date information.

 

Viewing your employees DD info in QBO is currently unavailable. You can only see the last 4 digits of their bank account details in the Pay section of their profile. This is to keep confidential information safe.

 

As a suggestion, if you still have the Direct Deposit Authorization forms submitted by your employees, review them to see their full account details.

 

That should do it. Post again in the Community if you have any other questions working with QuickBooks. I'm more than happy to help you out. Have a good one!