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chapibori
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Is it possible to pay contractors with checks with stubs? They would not be employees but I would like to provide them with a stub to keep for their records.

 
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Kristine Mae
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Is it possible to pay contractors with checks with stubs? They would not be employees but I would like to provide them with a stub to keep for their records.

Hello there, chapibori.

 

You can only pay your contractors using a check without stubs or a bill payment voucher. Then, print it.

 

Here's how to create and print a check:

  1. Click the Plus sign (+) icon.
  2. Choose Check.
  3. Fill in the necessary fields, then click Print check.
  4. On the Print Checks page, click Preview and print.
  5. Click Print.

Here's how to print the bill payment voucher:

  1. Click the Plus sign (+) icon.
  2. Click Pay Bills.
  3. Choose the bill, then click Save and print.
  4. On the Print Checks page, click Preview and print.
  5. Click Print.

You can always leave a comment if you need more help. Have a great one! 

MPACT
Level 1

Is it possible to pay contractors with checks with stubs? They would not be employees but I would like to provide them with a stub to keep for their records.

I also need this option for our IC's that are hired on for projects.  One of contractors has a child support withholding order we deduct every pay period.  An employee setup makes items as such a lot easier to process and pay these liabilities.

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My question: 

What if I setup my IC's as "exempt" employees ? Come end of year, I will need to make a journal entry to move annual compensation amounts from the "employee" name profile over to same name "vendor" profile.  Employee profile would need to be slightly changed to get QB to allow you to add same info in other window.  Of course not ideal for large number of workers.  But only way I can think of to get the perks of the payroll center, be able to provide contractor paystubs and online access, while still reporting them as a 1099 vendor at year end. 

Is there a better route than this idea?  I'm hoping...

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