How can I see my pay stubs prior to 11/1/2018, previously in ViewMyPayCheck, as they do not appear to be transferred to QuickBooks Workforce?

I was looking for a June 2018 pay stub previously in ViewMyPayCheck, now I couldn't see any pay stub earlier than Nov. 2018.  How can I access older pay stubs and W-2's in the new QuickBooks Workforce?  Do our accountant need to load them back into QB Workforce?  

Thank you.


Hello there, cathryn.chang,

Let's log in to your ViewMyPaycheck account and look for your November 2018 paychecks from there.

You can view the paychecks created under QuickBooks Online Payroll in QuickBooks Workforce. If you're previously running payroll under QuickBooks Desktop Payroll, your paycheck should still be available on ViewMyPaycheck.

To log in to ViewMyPaycheck, here's how:

  1. Visit:
  2. Enter your Email or user ID and Password.
  3. Click Sign in.
  4. Once logged in, locate your June 2018 pay stubs.

Once completed, if you wanted to transfer those paychecks to QuickBooks Workforce, I’d recommend contacting our ViewMyPaycheck Support Team. They can check to see if they can transfer your pay stubs and W-2's from VMP to QuickBooks Workforce.

Feel free to visit us here in the Community if you have other questions about managing your employee’s paycheck. I'm just around if you need help.

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