It's good to see you here,@mmartindale.
I'm not quite sure I understand where you're seeing this on checks. Are you able to share a bit more information and maybe a screenshot with any personal information removed? This would be helpful in understanding what's going on.
I look forward to hearing from you and I'll make sure to get back to you right away. Take care!
Let me help you get this matter sorted out, @mmartindale. This way, you're able to identify the other pay/contributions amount on your check stubs in QuickBooks Online (QBO).
You can get a closer look at your business's finances and employees' accounts by pulling up a payroll report. With this, I'd recommend running the Payroll Details report. This will give you detailed info on your employee's payroll. To do this, here's how:
To see the complete list of available payroll reports, you can refer to this article: Run payroll reports.
Keep me posted if you have other payroll concerns and managing paystubs in QBO. Don't hesitate to drop a comment below, and I'll gladly help. Take care, and I wish you continued success, @mmartindale.
Thanks for getting back to us, @mmartindale.
Let me route you to the right support that will address your concern on how to prevent the company-paid insurance to show when printing checks. They can provide the steps and further investigate why it's showing when printing checks in QuickBooks.
Also, you'll first have to check out our support hours to ensure we can assist you on time. To reach them, follow the steps below:
You can also click these articles on how to print checks and view various troubleshooting actions to fix printing problems in QuickBooks Online Payroll:
Please refer to this article to see different payroll reports that you can use to view useful information about your business and employees: Run payroll reports.
Feel comfortable leaving a comment below if you have any other concerns or follow-up questions. I'll be around to help. Keep safe, @mmartindale.