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Hi glenile,


Making sure your employees know the contributions relevant to their pay cheques is important, especially ones for pension and other such items. There are some choices to what prints on their pay stubs, which you can view after hitting print by clicking the Preferences button. That'll bring up a list of items that you can check or uncheck to include on the printed stub. You can also access these printing options by following these steps.

  1. Click Edit from the top toolbar.
  2. Choose Preferences.
  3. Select Payroll & Employees.
  4. Click the Company Preferences tab.
  5. Click the Printing Preferences button.

Some contributions have to show up on the pay stub, including what's considered income. Non-taxable company items, however, are one of the options you can uncheck so it doesn't print. If you're not certain what should and shouldn't be printing on the pay stub, I recommend speaking with an accountant or the CRA. If you don't already have an accountant, use our Find a ProAdvisor website to search for ones in your area familiar with the program.


To learn more about printing pay cheques and stubs, go to Help in the top toolbar, click QuickBooks Desktop Help (or use the F1 shortcut) and then click over to the Help tab. Using the Search feature, use keywords such as print pay cheques or print pay stubs to find related articles.


Have a great day!