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There was a new employee missed paycheck. How to make a new payroll check after payroll has already been run and printed

It is very easy to run a new paycheck. To run a payroll for one of your Employees, you can follow these steps:

  • From the home page screen, go to Employees on the left navigation bar.
  • Click Run Payroll on the upper right-hand corner.
  • Change the Pay Period (see attached screenshot below) and Pay
  • Date indicated to the previous payroll date.
  • Check the box next to the Employee that you’ll be paying, and enter its payment for that period.
  • Click Preview Payroll on the lower left-hand corner to check the amounts calculated.
  • Click Print Paychecks at the top of the Employee List table to print it, and then click Finish Payroll.

Note: You can also add “New Employee” from “Run Payroll” screen. See attached screenshot below.

run missed paycheck

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How do i reprint paystubs in new QuickBooks Online?

If you need to reprint a pay stub you can do that from the paycheck list.

To get to the Paycheck List:

1. Go to the blue navigation bar on the left side, Click on Reports

2. Click on All Reports

3. Click on Manage Payroll

4.Click on Paycheck List

5. Check the boxes of the paychecks that you need to print

6. Click on Batch Actions

7. Click Print

*If for any reason the paychecks are not printing correctly you are going to want to check the Paycheck Printing Preferences.

1. Click on the gear symbol at the top right of your screen

2. Click on Payroll Settings

3. Under Preferences -> Click on Paycheck Printing

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