QB Issue Resolution:
You definitely can pay your employee for the last pay period by running an unscheduled payroll. You can follow these simple steps below:
- At the top menu, go to Employees.
- Choose Pay Employees.
- Select Unscheduled Payroll.
- Look for that specific employee’s name and put a check mark on it.
- Click on the Open Paycheck Details button on top of the employee list.
- Matched the dates you’ve had on the timesheet (if you’ve entered number of hours from there) on your Pay Period dates.
- Verify if the number of hours are correct then click Save & Close.
- Double check the paycheck date and click on Continue.
- Verify the Paycheck Details (net pay, gross and taxes).
- Click on Create Paychecks.
- You can now print the paycheck you’ve had for that employee.
If you have paid the tax liabilities already for the batch of payroll, you’d only see the tax liabilities accrued for that specific check. If you haven’t paid it yet, it will just add to the amount you have to pay.
Resolution for Issue 'how do you pay an employee for a past pay period?' available: Yes (Solved).
Source: Intuit Community forum.
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