How can I get sick\vac accrual not to use hours from holiday pay. Per Washington state law trying to set up to accrual only on hours worked.

I can find a button to check so sick and vacation hours are not used to accrue sick pay but can find were to make holiday hours not figure in the sick accrual

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I can guide you through the steps on how to do this in QuickBooks, Dawn.Verkler.

You’ll want to manually create the paycheck to exclude the hours from the holiday pay.

Here’s how:

  1. Click on the Employees menu at the top and select Pay Employees.
  2. Then, select the payroll schedule that applies to you.
  3. Check mark the employee’s name.
  4. Click on the Open Paycheck Detail button and change the payroll schedule.
  5. Select the Sick item under the Earnings section.
  6. Enter the appropriate amount for the sick pay (excluding the hours on holiday pay).
  7. Click Save and Close in the Preview Paycheck window.
  8. Click on Continue and then, Create Paychecks.
  9. Print the paychecks or pay stubs now or later if desired. 

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Let me know if you have other questions.

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