Why're all Pay checks posting duplicates under expenses, but not listed under paychecks list under employees?there's no entry I made other than original entry.What to do?


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 Why are all of my Payroll checks posting duplicates when I am searching for expenses, but are not listed under the paychecks list under the individual employee? I transfer data/ expenses direct through web banking and I believe that this is when this may be happening, however, I do not know how to correct this or even if this is this affecting my P&L, since I cannot select the transaction to correct, there is not an entry I specifically made other than the original payroll entry. It is odd because the entries appear 1 day after one another. What do I do?

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