i need help regarding payroll can someone call me?

I forgot to change 2 employees info for removing them from direct deposit before I ran payroll. I didn't finalize it yet but need to change the way they are being paid from the way they are listed now. How can I change them before I finalize?

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Hello there,linda.greene54,

Let's go over the employee's payroll info and remove the direct deposit before processing your next payroll. Let me guide you how.

  1. Go to the Employees menu.
  2. Select the Employee Center.
  3. Double-click the name of the employee.
  4. Choose the Payroll Info tab in the Edit Employee window. 
  5. Click the Direct Deposit button.
  6. Select to clear the box Use Direct Deposit for: this employee.

Also, since you've already run your payroll, you can view the employee's paycheck detail and make sure to remove the check mark indicated in the Use Direct Deposit box.

I've attached screenshots below for your reference. 

You can also check out this article for the detailed steps: Set up, Edit, and Remove Direct Deposit for Employees in QuickBooks Desktop (Remove direct deposit permanently from an employee's profile section).

You can also visit this article to know some other information that you can update in your employee's account: Change Employee Payroll Information.

Please let me know if you have other payroll concerns by leaving a comment below. I'm just around if you need further help.

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