QuickBooks Payroll Customer Service
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How to enter Employee’s Prior Payroll in QuickBooks Online?


Many users want to create a w2 even for your former employee in QuickBooks online, but they don’t know how to do this in QuickBooks online. It happens usually that your former employee have left the company before you start using QB Payroll. And you want to include past data for the w2 for that employee. This can be done by entering employee’s prior payroll in QuickBooks Online. However, If you have already created payroll , than the option to enter prior payroll will not be available. In that case we will advice you to contact our QuickBooks customer support phone number +1-844-551-9757. They will solve your problem instantly. Our expert adviser will guide you how to overcome your problems.

How to Enter Prior Payroll?

  1. Click on the employee tab.
  2. Click on the name of the employee.
  3. Then scroll down the button and click on the Enter [tax year] prior pay details.
  4. Click on ‘yes’.
  5. Click Next.
  6. Enter the YTD totals as of today for this employee.
  7. Click Next.
  8. Enter the YTD totals as of the previous quarter for this employee.
  9. Click Next.
  10. Click on the add pay date and enter the company details and each pay date for the current quarter.
    1. Start with first page and date of the quarter
    2. Enter all details of the employees per pay date
  11. On paycheck history enter totals of the taxes from previous payroll provider reports
  12. Click on done.

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