Employee Payments


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greg

I have an employee who has asked us to pay his weekly rent at the same
time we pay his wages. What is the easiest way to automate this.
I am using QB2004 Premium Aus,
 
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Mike Block-Tax Cut CPA

Create it as a new 'Payroll Item' through the 'Employee
Navigator' window. Every time you create a paycheck for the employee
you can add it in the 'Preview Paycheck window' under 'Other
Payroll Items'.


Mike Block - QuickBooks Tax Cut C.P.A.
Intuit paid me to make QuickBooks better!
http://www.blocktax.com/
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forked tongue

Mike said:
Create it as a new 'Payroll Item' through the 'Employee
Navigator' window. Every time you create a paycheck for the employee
you can add it in the 'Preview Paycheck window' under 'Other
Payroll Items'.

Mike Block - QuickBooks Tax Cut C.P.A.
Intuit paid me to make QuickBooks better!
http://www.blocktax.com/
http://www.quickbooks-add-ons.com/
Mike:

OP didn't say it went on the paycheck. I think he is asking how to
issue a check to a 3rd party.

I believe you'll need a memorized transaction. First you need a G/L
account to move the money from the payroll check to the 3rd party
check. Second you will need a payroll item other deduction for the
rent; it goes to the G/L account. Third memorize a "to print" check,
coming from the G/L account to the 3rd party and schedule it to enter on
paydays. On that employee's compensation record pre record the
deduction item and amount. This should do it.
 
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Greg

Mike:

OP didn't say it went on the paycheck. I think he is asking how to
issue a check to a 3rd party.

I believe you'll need a memorized transaction. First you need a G/L
account to move the money from the payroll check to the 3rd party
check. Second you will need a payroll item other deduction for the
rent; it goes to the G/L account. Third memorize a "to print" check,
coming from the G/L account to the 3rd party and schedule it to enter on
paydays. On that employee's compensation record pre record the
deduction item and amount. This should do it.
Thanks for that.

Greg
 

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