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Is there a way to print the year to date running balance on all check stubs, in addition to the weekly deductions?

 
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Is there a way to print the year to date running balance on all check stubs, in addition to the weekly deductions?

Hello there, @goldcoastach


Glad you joined us here in the Community space. Allow me to address your concern about printing year to date running balance of all your employees check stubs and weekly deductions.


The ability to print the year to date running balance of all the check stubs and weekly deductions in QuickBooks Online is a great idea. I’d recommend sending product suggestions to our Developers for the inclusion of these option in future enhancements. 


You can do so by clicking the Gear icon and selecting Feedback. You may also send your product request via this link: https://feedback.qbo.intuit.com/forums/168199-quickbooks-online-feature-request.

 

In the meantime, you can run the Payroll Summary Report to help you get the year to date running balance on all check stubs. Make sure to select This Year as the reporting period.

Here’s how:
1.    Select Reports.
2.    In the search box enter Payroll Summary
3.    On the Date Range drop-down, select This year.
4.    Click Run Report.
5.    Click the amounts in the Net Amount column to see how much was deducted from the employee’s gross pay and for what.
6.    Before printing, click the Share drop-down and select Printer-Friendly to print the Payroll Summary Report.


To know more about Payroll Summary Report, take a look at this article: https://community.intuit.com/articles/1763585.

 

There are also other payroll reports you can use to get the weekly deductions on all the check stubs. You can run the Payroll Deductions/Contributions Report and customize its date range.
Here’s how: 
1.    Go to Reports.
2.    In the search box enter Payroll Deductions/Contributions.
3.    Use the Date Range field to select Custom as the time period and select the dates.
4.    On the Deduction field, choose the type of deduction you want to see.
5.    Select Update Report.
6.    Select the amounts in the Plan Total column to see how much of the total was paid to each employee.
7.    Before printing, click the Printer-Friendly version and then choose Print from your browser’s File menu.

 

For additional information, check out this article: https://community.intuit.com/articles/1770683.

 

That's it. Please let me know if you need anything else. I’m always here to help. Have a good one!

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