direct deposit listing

I need a listing of all my employee direct deposits


Hi there, sherrollexecuspa

Let’s run a report that lists all of your employees' direct deposits.

In QuickBooks Online Payroll (QBOP), you can use the Paycheck List report. It shows all the paychecks you've created, total pay, pay methods and its check numbers for your employees.  It lets you take action on specific paychecks, such as changing check numbers or printing pay stubs.

Here’s how to pull up the report:

  1. Go to the Reports menu from the left panel.
  2. On the Payroll section, select Paycheck List.
  3. Click the Date Range drop-down arrow to customize the dates.
  4. Click the Gear icon to edit columns.

I’ve added a screenshot below to show you the third and fourth steps.

You can check out this article to learn more about the available reports in QuickBooks Online.

Please know that I’m just a post away if you have additional questions about reports. I’d be glad to answer them for you, sherrollexecuspa

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