The company I work for has changed to quickbooks & my new job paystub flashes on first. How do I see this paystub. I thought they were using intuit.

Only the paystub from my first job shows up. My new job doesnt. They both are using intuit.


Hi there, sdawson6093!

 You can only view your paystubs once your employer already created it. I'm here to share additional information and help you from there.

To start with, may I ask if you're accessing your paystubs through ViewMyPaycheck? Any details you can share will be appreciated. This way, it'll help me share accurate resolution to resolve all your concerns for today.

In the meantime, you can ask your employer if he/she already created your paycheck. Also, you can review the company you are working from the left panel menus.

In addition, here's an article you can read to learn more about accessing your paystubs online: Set up online pay stub access for employees QuickBooks Workforce.

Please let me know in the comment section down below if you have any other questions. I'll be always around ready to help.

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