Beginning of year: How do I set up the new Illinois sick leave accrual that began July 1, 2017?
At this time, the following are the accrual periods we have in our QuickBooks Desktop Payroll: Beginning of year, Every paycheck, and Every hour on paycheck. We don’t have an accrual period specific for the new Illinois sick policy.
However, we have articles that will help you customize the employee sick pay […]
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