How do I enter prior paychecks for View My Paycheck. I began View My paycheck in August but would like employees be able to view January on. What do I need to do

I began View My Paycheck in August and employees can only view August    I would like employees to be able to view the year 2018 January to present.   How can I do that?

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Congratulations for signing up to ViewMyPaycheck, jcavan13!

I'm glad to inform you that you can upload the paychecks last January 2018 for employees to view.

I'll show you how:

  1. Open QuickBooks Desktop.
  2. Send a zero payroll or send your payroll to Intuit.  Just a gentle reminder, don't upload historical paychecks if you have a pending payroll to prevent errors.
  3. Click File at the top menu bar.
  4. Under Print Forms, select Paychecks.
  5. Select the paychecks you want to upload. We recommend uploading in batches of 100-200 paychecks at a time to prevent errors.
  6. Click Send Online.
  7. Click Send All and enter your payroll PIN.

To provide a visual point of reference, I’ve included a screenshot below.

Here's an article for more details: Uploading historical paychecks for VMP.

That should help you upload the previous paychecks, but please reach out to me if there is anything else you need. I'd be happy to help. Have a lovely day!

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