Inuit used to tell me my total hours of Vacation available, but quickbooks does not. how can I tell how many hours I have?

Inuit used to tell me my total hours of Vacation available, but quickbooks does not. how can I tell how many hours I have?

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Hello there, daryl.noonan,

You can pull up your paycheck in QuickBooks Workforce so you can determine how much is your total vacation hours. Let me share with you how.

The paycheck in QB Workforce will provide you the used and available hours for vacation and sick pay type.

To check, here are the steps: 

  1. Visit QuickBooks Workforce.
  2. Enter your Email or user ID and Password.
  3. Locate and open the latest paycheck issued.
  4. From there, you'll be able to know your total vacation hours by downloading your paycheck.

That should do it, daryl.noonan. You'll be able to view your vacation hours by pulling up QuickBooks Workforce.

Please know you can always reach me here for any and all of your QuickBooks questions. I'm just around if you need help.

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