Sometimes a cheque is preferred over using direct-deposit when paying an employee.
The employee does not have direct-deposit information available,
The employee was terminated mid-period and must be paid immediately,
Paying a payroll correction by cheque.
Process Employee Payroll
Canadian Payroll > Payroll Processing > Process Pay Run.
Pay Run Options
Payment Date, and
Pay Period Endingdate.Tips
- Post Dated Cheque
Payment Date entered will be printed on the cheqeue.
Description can be left blank and one will be generated for you.
Process One Employeeand
Make Payments by Cheque Only.Make Payments by Cheque Only
Enabling this option is required to generate the pay cheque.
Employeedrop-down select the employee.
Process Pay Run
Start the pay run processing by pressing
Print Pay Run
Status messages will be displayed in the Progress box during payroll processing.
Red messages are system warnings, but will not stop payroll processing.
Payroll processing will finish with the status message "Processing completed successfully".
At this point the pay run
Progressmessages can be printed by pressing
Exitnow.Review Pay Run
Review the Pay Roll Registers & Sumaries, Processed Time, G/L Distrubtion now.
Canadian Payroll > Payroll Processing > Cheque/Statement Printing > Print Cheques.
Print Formto use for printing the cheque.Cheque Range
Defaults to the employee cheque when processing payroll for a single employee.
Printeroption and select to printer to print the cheque with from the drop-down.Preview Cheque
Preview the cheque by pressing
Print Previewbefore printing them.
Print the cheque by pressing