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    WMcQueen
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    I would like to add the YTD for regular earnings, STAT pay, Vacation Pay, etc on the generic paystub.

    For Deductions In the Description column, the calculations each period include the YTD amounts

    I do have coded in the Description Column now: Reg Hours @T @ @R (example for regular hours @ $rate). It would be nice to be able to add a column for YTD if it can’t be included in the Description Column.

    The YTD Paystub sample comes up with a coding error and won’t print. Here’s sample of the generic paysub.

    Employer’s Name

    Date: July 31, 2015
    Employee: Net Payable: $724.11

    Employee’s Name and Address

    Pay Period Ending: July 31, 2015

    Description Amount Balance
    Reg Hours 56.0 @ 14.00 784.00 784.00
    Vacation Pay 31.36 815.36
    C.P.P. YTD = 181.35 -25.92 789.44
    E.I. YTD = 107.27 -15.33 774.11
    Income Tax YTD = 250.00 -50.00 724.11

    #18155

    MSchappler
    Moderator

    The text on your description lines for the various earnings maybe too long to display when printing the paycheck.
    You can use the following in the description:
    @T hrs x @R / hr @Y YTD
    which produce the following in the paycheck details:
    15 hrs x 15.00 / hr 10305.00 YTD

    If you have @Y YTD in your earnings description and it displays in the paycheck details but it is too long to display on the paycheck, you can go into the template and set the description field to Shrink to Fit using Format cells.

    Regards to All,

    Martin

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