Payroll submitted today (thursday) states that it won't be direct deposited to employee until next Thursday? Something changed?


Hello there, fkeu,

The funds will be deposited to the employee’s account based on the paycheck date you entered. You can pull up the Paycheck List report to confirm the dates on the transactions you created. Let me guide you how.

  1. Go to the Reports menu.
  2. Enter and select Paycheck List in the search box.
  3. Filter the pay date.
  4. Check the date on the Pay Date column.

If the date you've entered is correct, and you'haven't received any email regarding the changes made on your account, then I'd suggest contacting our QuickBooks Online Support Team to check. They can also verify if there's an update implemented with regards to your direct deposit funding time.

On the other hand, you may want to pay your taxes electronically after you process payroll. Here's an article that contains the detailed steps: Make Tax Payments Electronically.

Please let me know if you have other direct deposit concerns in QuickBooks. I’ll be here to answer them for you. 

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