Do not bounce any paychecks

Not a question, just a comment.  Do not bounce any paychecks.  I made that mistake and Intuit is charging me a fee of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS.  Un-freaking believable.  Is my mistake costing an Intuit employee 30 minutes, using a $200 per hour bill rate?  You have got to be kidding me.  On an unrelated note, I am looking into all other accounting platforms.


Hi there, Mark.

We appreciate your feedback about the NSF fee. If the bank return is due to an incorrect account number, the $100 handling fee is used to cover the amount Intuit is charged for the returned debit. It's also used for the additional manual processes that we need to do to resolve the balance due.

To learn more about NSF holds and fees, please see this Help article: You can also send your comments and suggestions to our engineers. If you're logged in to QuickBooks, please go to the Gear icon and look for Feedback.

Feel free to leave to visit the Community again if you have other questions. We're here to help you.

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