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We have two retail locations in two states (KS

We are a Kansas business that has recently opened a second location in Missouri. Sometimes we have employees that may work at one location and then transfer to the other for various reasons during the same pay period. In the payroll function of QuickBooks, it only asks for "total hours". How do I separate the hours between the two states on the same paycheck so that proper withholdings are deducted? I know how to add a location on payroll but what if they're working in both locations? Thanks for your help, Dustin.
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We have two retail locations in two states (KS

Thanks for posting to the Community, @dnahouse.


Currently, we're unable to generate a paycheck that has two separate hours between different states. I know it will help a lot when we have this functionality in QuickBooks Online Payroll.


In the meantime, I'd recommend creating it manually to pay an employee and keep your payroll tax reporting accurate. This way, you can pay your employee from the original and a manual payment outside QuickBooks.


Also, I'd encourage you to visit our blog site to check for news and updates with QuickBooks Online features and product enhancements.


For reference, you can check this article: Create paychecks in online payroll. It covers FAQs like direct deposit limits and turning off the direct deposit.


Additionally, you can also check this resource that provides detailed information on how you can print paychecks: Print paychecks in QuickBooks Online.


Please let me know if you have additional questions with online payroll. I'll get back to you as fast as I can. Stay well and safe!

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