Employee timesheet management in QuickBooks payroll


From invalid product codes to run time errors, from payroll crash to payroll printing issues, and from product installation issue to sending online inventories, there are a number of issues that a QB user faces every day due to human or mechanical errors while trying to bring the best out of QuickBooks-run devices. Timesheet management issues are common in QuickBooks with reference to payroll services that make a perfect balance between the company employees and the number of wages paid to them by the company. When it comes to payroll management in QuickBooks, QB payroll is an added feature that comes with lots of services, including basic payroll; enhanced payroll; full-service payroll; payroll for QuickBooks, and payroll for accountants.

For effective timesheet management in payroll, QB users can opt for QuickBooks technical support availed from Intuit experts ensuring an instant call for free support from live experts, get step-by-step help, and chat online with a payroll specialist. When you run payroll within QB, it is likely that working hours are not displayed correctly even you have exported your hours from T-Sheets to QuickBooks (QB) successfully. It may happen if you haven’t refreshed payroll details.

QB users should know well that it is not payroll detail fields where T-Sheets export hours, but it is the QB Weekly Timesheet. If you want to ensure that your employee hours have been exported in QB, opt for the following procedure:

  • Go to Employees › Enter Time › Use Weekly Timesheet.

When you find hours listed in the Weekly Timesheet, you can easily run payroll and adjust any hour totals there. In the case of any issue, QB users can dial a toll-free QuickBooks payroll help phone number to have adequate and instant remote tech assistance for payroll management from Intuit professionals.

You also need to check employee settings if the hours are listed properly and payroll is running, but the hours are not shown in the payroll fields. To get better results, it is necessary that the employee settings should be configured in such a way that they can easily use timesheet data to devise paycheck totals. To do so,

  • Go to the Employee Center in the QB.
  • Tap the edit icon corresponding to one of the employees.
  • Choose the Payroll Info tab.
  • Check the Use Time Data to Create Paychecks box under the Earnings box.
  • And, click Save.

QB users also need to review the hours for accuracy to ensure the hours are displayed accurately. If QB users have issues with employee settings, they can take.

Correct employee settings in QB ensure the effective management of timesheet data for formulating paychecks.