Made a mistake and reprinted a check from 2019 (employee has come back to work for us) and now it changed the date to 2022. I now have payroll liabilities in my window from this check from 2+ years ago. I paid all the taxes on this 2 years ago. It will not let me change the date back to 2019. How do I fix this?
Let me help you with the paid payroll liabilities showing in the Payroll Center page, koristahudson.
It's possible you created a paycheck with the date of 2022. Once you attempt to change it, you'll encounter a warning message stated below:
To resolve this, we'll need to void the paycheck and reprint it by following the correct process. Before doing so, we'll need to create a backup file just in case you ever run into problems, we'll use your backup to restore your data. Here's how to void the paychecks:
Once done, try re-printing the paycheck for 2019 by following the steps below:.
Here's an article you can refer to for more details about deleting or voiding employee paychecks. To learn why scheduled liabilities show as overdue or appear in red in QuickBooks Desktop, check out this article: Fix overdue or red scheduled liabilities in QuickBooks Desktop.
Feel free to browse this link here if you need help with managing your payroll in QuickBooks. It'll route you to our general payroll topics with articles.
I'd like to know how you get on after trying the steps as I want to ensure this is resolved for you. Just leave a comment on this post and I'll get back to you. You have a good one.
The backup file is a save point in case you ever run into problems. We'll use your backup to restore your data. Though, you can fix it without using the backup file. To void or delete the check, you can follow my colleagues steps above.
I'd also like to share these articles for additional guidance:
Please don't hesitate to reply on this thread if you have any additional questions or other concerns. Thanks.