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abby1210

Please Help : I am new user of QuickBooks (Premier for Contractors),
and I am having a
problem adding back charges onto the paychecks. I don't use the
payroll program, the company just has me "enter a bill" from the
subcontractor, then I go to "pay bills". Is there anyway to do a
back
charge, and have it show up on the check stub so the subcontractor
can
see why his pay is less than expected? Any help would be greatly
appreciated! Thank you, Abby
 
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Allan Martin

Please Help : I am new user of QuickBooks (Premier for Contractors),
and I am having a
problem adding back charges onto the paychecks. I don't use the
payroll program, the company just has me "enter a bill" from the
subcontractor, then I go to "pay bills". Is there anyway to do a
back
charge, and have it show up on the check stub so the subcontractor
can
see why his pay is less than expected? Any help would be greatly
appreciated! Thank you, Abby

First off stop using the term payroll and paychecks when refering to issuing
checks for subcontactor invoices, it makes no sense.

Now define "back charge", so we know what you are talking about.
 
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Allan Martin

First off stop using the term payroll and paychecks when referring to
issuing
checks for subcontractor invoices, it makes no sense.

Now define "back charge", so we know what you are talking about.
 
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Scott

Please Help : I am new user of QuickBooks (Premier for Contractors),
and I am having a
problem adding back charges onto the paychecks. I don't use the
payroll program, the company just has me "enter a bill" from the
subcontractor, then I go to "pay bills". Is there anyway to do a
back
charge, and have it show up on the check stub so the subcontractor
can
see why his pay is less than expected? Any help would be greatly
appreciated! Thank you, Abby
As Allan stated, this has nothing to do with Payroll if these are
subcontractors.

Enter the backcharge as a Vendor Credit Memo to the subcontractor. When you
go to pay the sub via Pay Bills, highlight the bill. If there's an open
credit available, the apply credit button will be enabled - click this
button & select the credit you wish to apply. When you print the check, the
check stub should show all bills selected for payment along with any credits
applied.

Scott out.
 
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Allan Martin

Scott said:
As Allan stated, this has nothing to do with Payroll if these are
subcontractors.

Enter the backcharge as a Vendor Credit Memo to the subcontractor. When
you go to pay the sub via Pay Bills, highlight the bill. If there's an
open credit available, the apply credit button will be enabled - click
this button & select the credit you wish to apply. When you print the
check, the check stub should show all bills selected for payment along
with any credits applied.
The OP might also want to enter a very, very short explaination in the
credit memo reference field.
 

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