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Multiple jobs

If the employee worked on multiple jobs during the pay period, you can prorate the employee's salary or hourly wages by the hours worked on each job.

  1. For the first job, enter the name of the payroll item, the number of hours worked, and the name of the customer or job.

  2. For the second job, enter the name of the payroll item, the number of hours worked, and the name of the customer or job.

    You can reuse the payroll item you entered for the previous job. The payroll item indicates the type of pay the employee received (salary, an hourly wage, vacation pay, and so on).

  3. Repeat step 2 until you have entered the hours for all the jobs the employee worked on during the pay period.

For salaried employees, you do not need to enter the salary received for each job. QuickBooks uses the hours worked to calculate this for you. The totals appear in the Rate column.

KB ID# H_PAY_PREV_PAYCHK_MULTIPLEJOBS
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