Are contractors able to access their payment history (paystubs) online?

Are contractors able to access their payment history (paystubs) online like employees are able to access their paystubs on the paychecks.intuit.com site?

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Hello mwyatt,

Currently, your contractors are unable to review their payment history online. I'd recommend sending feedback to our Product Development Team through this link: https://intuit.uservoice.com/forums/18933-payroll-product-suggestions.

For now, we can print the Contractor Payments report. Here's how:

  1. Select Reports at the top menu.
  2. Under Contractor Reports, select Contractor Payments.
  3. Set a date range, and select a contractor.
  4. Click Update Report.
  5. Click Printer-Friendly Version.

You can also save it as a PDF, and email it to your contractors.

Feel free to let me know if you have other concerns.

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