Up until you issue cheque, you can make adjustments, re-approve them, or even delete them and start again. Once they’re issued, the cheque is recorded as an employee earning, and the cheque image is queued for printing.

Navigate to [c] Payroll, then [j] Issue Cheques

[c] Payroll | [j] Issue Cheques

This utility can be used to issue new cheques or reprint lost or damaged cheques.

[c] Payroll | [j] Issue Cheques

For reprints, you’ll select the cheque range. If you’re issuing new cheques it will process all approved cheques.

EFT cheques

You can reissue cheques as EFT if they’re coded with banking information. Set the EFT batch memo to clarify which cheques are in the batch when it comes time to send them to the bank.

Printed Cheques

For printed cheques, you’ll be printing on cheque stock, which will have pre-printed form numbers on it. Set the starting form number to the number on the cheque stock.

Cheques Issued

The list on the right hand side of the window will list each cheque as it’s issued. You can double-click on any line to bring up that cheque.

Employee Earnings

When you issue cheques, the amounts on the cheque are added to the employee’s year-to-date earnings.

[c] Payroll | [a] Employee Entry

If there’s a problem with the cheque, you can delete it. In order to back the cheque out of the employee earnings, a reversing cheque is issued.

[c] Payroll | [h] Cheque Entry

When the cheque is posted to the general ledger, it’s original timesheets will be recreated so you can start again.

[c] Payroll | [k] Post to J/C and G/L