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September 16, 2015 10:48AM
Well try these steps then.

1. Void the PR check - even though may already be cashed and cleared in Account Register. Go to Accounting-Payroll-Transaction Maintenance. Enter correct date range- update list to locate his check. Highlight and click Void.

2. Make sure his Person Properties-Payroll Tab has the State Withholding Exempt box checked. OK.

3. Run a new Pay Calculation for the exact number matching the original check and date ranges. After hitting the Pay Calculation button, the amount will be higher because of the missing state withholding. Click the Misc deduction button and enter the amount that was taken for the state withholding. Highlight the expense called Wage Expense and click OK.

4.Hit the tab key, now the Net amount should match the original check. Record and Done

5. Record the PR check again changing the check number and date back to original check number that was already cashed. Select option Already printed. Record and Done.

6. This will correct all the PR records, W-2 and Account Register. Remember if this check was already cleared previously, go back to the Account Register and place the BOLD X back into the CLR column.

7. Now you can record a check through the Payments & Purchases - Record Payment/Purchase. After selecting employee from the Drop down Vendor list, if not found, go to Add/Edit check the box at bottom to show All Categories. Highlight the employee name and click properties. Select the Category tab and place check mark into the box called Pay to/Buy From and click OK.

8. Use the other expense and payments button. Enter the amount owed from the state withholding and highlight the Wage Expense account. Click Ok.

9. Setup the check payment and OK.

10. Record and Done. Print the check if applicable.

Hope this helps!

Thanks,

Kathy Cline,
Farm Works Software
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state withholding

Earl WSeptember 15, 2015 05:22PM

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