Many of the employee pay cheques were not posted from the proper bank account. I need to edit the paid from bank on these cheques so I can reconcile the accounts

I have tried to go back to Run Payroll for the previous periods and delete but it does not give me the option.


Hi there, diamondedgeservi.

If these are current pay cheques, you can delete them by running a Pay cheque List report.

Here's how:

  1. Click Reports.
  2. Under Find report by name, type Pay cheque List.
  3. Click the Filter icon and choose the pay date.
  4. Place a check mark on the pay cheques, and click the Delete button.
  5. Click Yes to confirm.

Then, recreate the pay cheques and choose the correct bank account from the Run Payroll page (see the screenshot below).

If you'll want to set up the default bank account, you can check out this article for the steps and details:

You can always reply to this post if you have more questions. Thanks!

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