QB Issue Resolution:

QB takes the annual salary and factors it into checks. You are essentially paying a Year’s salary in less than a year’s time?

QB uses Annual Salary / Frequency = gross pay. So, calculate the equivalent:

Multiply each side by the Frequency

Annual Salary times (Freq/Freq = 1) = Gross Pay * Freq

Your guesstimate of $2,777 * 26 = $72,200 annualized

Double-check:

18 payments / 26 payments = .7 or 70% left

50000 / 70% = $71,429 Annualized

And $71,429 / 26 = $2,747, not $2,777. Your guesstimate is a bit high.

Resolution for Issue 'How to prorate a $50,000 salary over the remaining 18 paychecks remaining in 2015?' available: Yes (Solved).
Source: Intuit Community forum.

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