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PAY: If you have one employee that you pay weekly is it possible to lodge once a month to make it easier?

No, pay events should be sent after every pay run (from the day you complete a pay run until the day you process the pay)

 

Here’s an article that covers the process for lodging a pay event.

https://quickbooks.intuit.com/community/Payroll-and-STP/Create-and-lodge-a-pay-event/m-p/27536

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PAY: how can i clear of transactions against each other in A/R

A/R means that someone owes you money, in this case two someones

So you can not pay one debt with anothers debt to you

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PAY: Will you tell me how I enter Statutory Paternity Pay on my payroll please?

Select the employee > absences > in the Absence Type select SPP > enter a start date > Create New Absence > enter the details > save

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PAY: Scheduled Payroll dates not updating

This happens when, at the end of paying employees, the option to advance the schedule is not checked.

In turn, that happens by default when you don’t pay all of the employees in the schedule.  When you do that, be sure to check the box […]

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PAY: Employee left and don’t to pay fed monthly payment, but quickbooks says I do, showing past due & 941 is not right

Are you using QuickBooks Desktop? If so, once an employee left the company and your QuickBooks is still showing tax payment due, you’ll need to pay this liability. Once you issue a check for an employee there’ll be a corresponding liability that you’ll need pay for.

 

Here’s an article to learn […]

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PAY: What do I do if I did not file 1099’s by January 31st?

Hide? Run? Change name and address?

 

No, just do them now. You may get a penalty notice, or not. If you get a notice call the number on the notice and plead forgiveness. Or pay the $30/form which is NOT a valid business deduction

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PAY: how to change an expense to a bill

no, you would have to delete the expense entry and enter the bill

BUT, if you have paid the expense there is no reason to enter a bill and then pay it.  enter bills is just used for when you get a bill but will pay it later.

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PAY: I have a contract worker I pay every week. How do I set up the general ledger account?

Open the chart of accounts, right click, and choose New Account.

Open the chart of accounts, right click, and choose New Account.

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PAY: What’s the difference between entering a Bill versus entering an Expense.

You use a bill when you’re going to pay for an expense in a later time. Just like an invoice, you can pay a bill until the reached the due date. While entering expenses work like a receipt that represents something you’ve already paid.

 

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PAY: I have received two separate payments that need to be applied against one invoice on QB. How can I do this? Thanks!!

“When I try to apply $1,500, it does not match because obviously it is $500 short.”

Of course, it doesn’t Pay In Full; but that is what you got, so Save it. In the bank feeds, far right, use Add More Details. Then Match to the invoice and enter in the […]

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