Learn how to set up and assign pay schedules to pay your employees in QuickBooks and Intuit payroll.
Do you use pay schedules to run payroll and pay your employees? Do you have more than one? With QuickBooks and Intuit payroll products, you can group your employees according to their pay schedule. This helps you manage your payroll and make processing more efficient.
Here are the types of pay schedules you can assign your employees to:
- Weekly: Pay your employees every week on a specific, recurring day of the week. Many businesses schedule paydays every Friday, which makes 52 payouts per year.
- Every other week or Bi-weekly: Pay your employees every two weeks. If you schedule payday for every other Friday, you have 26 payouts per year.
- Twice a month or Semi-monthly: Pay your employees twice a month. The 1st pay can be in the middle of the month, and the 2nd is at the end. The common payouts for this schedule is every 15th and 30th of the month. That makes 24 payouts per year.
- Monthly: Pay your employees once a month on a specific, recurring date. This makes 12 payouts a year.
Create and manage pay schedules
To set up, assign, or update pay schedules choose your product below, follow the steps for the payroll product you use:
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