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Not enough info.
You can always make an adjusting journal entry.
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Who are you?? Go to Members page and share some info.
Do you have an accountant??
When you say "generated" what do you mean??
For every paycheck we wrote to this employee a liability for his child support would generate (appear in a pay liabilities window) so that we could write the state a check for it. This liability has automatically appear in the window to pay even though we terminated him in QB a week prior. I dont know how it appeared but we no longer need to pay it. I just dont know how to delete it. Report as inappropriate
If the state garnished this individuals wages then you would need
to contact "Legal Aid" for your state. However, you are not personally
responsible for this, no need to pay it (it will never stop if you do).
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Our company uses QB and we recently let a employee go. we were deducting his child support out of his weekly paychecks according to state regulations. we set up QB to automatically generate this deduction which we would write a check to the state. after we wrote his last paycheck and wrote his last child support check; we have another child support payment that is generated and we dont need to pay it. my question is how do we get rid of it?