Batch payroll check entry FAQs

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This article contains the answers to a number of frequently asked questions about entering batch payroll checks.

Check to see if there is a batch suspended in the Actions > Enter Batch Payroll Checks screen or the Actions > Enter Batch Handwritten Payroll Checks screen. If there is, those checks will be displayed on the report along with checks from the current batch.

Choose Actions > Enter Transactions, and then click the Edit Multiple Transactions link. In the Edit Multiple Transactions dialog, transfer the batch to the correct bank account. For more information, see Transferring transactions to a different bank account.

If the payroll check date is now in the past, you can no longer recall the batch. The batch is available only for valid live payroll dates. As an alternative, you can use the Actions > Enter Transactions screen or the Actions > Enter Batch Handwritten Checks screen to print those payroll checks. .

This checkbox is used for salaried employees. Mark this checkbox if you don't want the salaried employee to be paid for that particular pay period. Employees set up with hourly wages will not be paid if they have no hours for the pay period, so there is no need to mark the DNP checkbox for employees with zero hours.

If Accounting CS closes unexpectedly while you are entering data on the Enter Batch Payroll Checks screen, and you receive that message, follow the instructions in the article called Enter Batch Payroll Checks screen: The selected payroll schedule is currently being processed by another user.

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