Admin access to Workforce when using QB Desktop.The help article does not describe the screen I see.

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Hello there, chris,

If you mean accessing employees' paychecks through QuickBooks Workforce, it's currently not available. Right now, QuickBooks Workforce admin can view their paychecks and invite employees.

Also, I'd like to know what article are you referring to so I can review and further explain its details.

Since viewing your employee's paychecks is unavailable in QuickBooks Workforce, so I'd suggest opening them directly inside your QuickBooks Desktop account. Just visit the Employee Center and select the name of your employee from the Employees tab. From there, you can open the paycheck details.

If you wish to know more about providing your employees access to their paychecks and W2s online, you can check out this article: Give Employees Online Access to Paychecks and W2s. This contains steps on how to invite your employee, resend it, and some other FAQ's that might be helpful for you in the future.

Please let me know if you have other concerns. I'm just around if you need help.

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