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How do I redo the payroll and reprint paychecks that were processed and printed without taxes deducted?

A payroll update was pending which I assume caused QuickBooks to not deduct the taxes.  I ran the update and now need to rerun the payroll to deduct the proper taxes and reprint the correct checks.

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Best answer 12-10-2018

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As long as you didn't send anything electronically, and e...

As long as you didn't send anything electronically, and either still have or can get the Paper checks, you can Void them in QB and rerun payroll. Or, Edit paychecks, update them, then print them on New check #s. You already have checks, so you don't have to Start from Scratch. Update using Paycheck Details view, then "unlock net pay" and make updates.

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Established Community Backer ***

As long as you didn't send anything electronically, and e...

As long as you didn't send anything electronically, and either still have or can get the Paper checks, you can Void them in QB and rerun payroll. Or, Edit paychecks, update them, then print them on New check #s. You already have checks, so you don't have to Start from Scratch. Update using Paycheck Details view, then "unlock net pay" and make updates.

DCD
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Re: As long as you didn't send anything electronically, and e...

What if the paper checks were already cashed and the others were sent electronically? How do I deduct the "missed" taxes next payroll run?

QuickBooks Team

Re: As long as you didn't send anything electronically, and e...

You don't have to do anything, DCD.

 

QuickBooks will automatically catch up on the next payroll run. The previous taxes will be added on the employee's next paycheck.

 

Though, before creating the paychecks, make sure to download the latest payroll update.

 

If you have other payroll concerns, you can always post in the Community. Have a good one!