Questions and Answers
Q. When I
go to pay employees, payroll keeps coming up
with an old date on the pay checks, several
months back. Each pay day, I change
it. the next time, it is back to the
date you are seeing is the next pay day for
the least recently paid employee. This
problem happens if someone has left the
company, but there is no termination date in
the employee record. Entering a
termination date should take care of it.
An employee has earned $80,000 but Social Security and Medicare are still being deducted. How can I stop it?
this situation, QuickBooks doe not directly
consider the YTD earnings. The system
is a little more complex. The rate is
multiplied by the maximum subject pay and the
product is used as a maximum deduction (or
contribution.) The deduction continues
until this has reached this maximum.
The YTD deduction must be checked and
adjusted to the correct value.