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Expense claims. 4. How do I set it to be paid on a specific date?

Expense claims on a specific date2:14

"Expense claims. 4. How do I set it to be paid on a specific date?"

To have an expense claim paid on a specific date, you'll need to add it to a specific paystub of the person.

To add an expense claim to a paystub that's paid on a specific date:

  1. First, open the person who you'd like to pay the expense claim to, on: MenuPeople
  2. Then go to the person's: Calendar
  3. Tap back through the months and look for the blue circle that matches the payday date. Which is the paystub that you'd like to pay the expense claim on.
  4. Once you find the paystub you're looking for, tap the blue circle, and then tap: Paystub
  5. Now that you're on the paystub you want it paid with, tap Expense claim, and select: Expense
  6. Enter the expense details, like attaching an image, setting the amount, and adding a description.
  7. And because it's a payroll admin who's entering it, the expense is automatically approved.
  8. When you tap back to the paystub, and hover your mouse over the "Expenses" amount, you'll see the details.
  9. And finally, when you scroll to the top of the paystub, you'll see the date that the paystub's expected to be paid.

Keep in mind that:

  • Expense claims, by default, are always attached to the next paystub that's due to be filed.
  • Which means that expense claims are generally paid relatively quickly.
  • Also, any person can attach an expense claim to a specific paystub. No special permissions are required to attach to a specific date.
  • However, only payroll admins can approve expense claims.

You may notice:

  • If a paystub's already been filed, the paystub's locked and you can't attach your expense claim.
  • If it's locked, look for the next un-filed paystub to attach it to instead.

And that's it! That's everything you need to know about adding expense claims on a specific date!

Updated: Sat, Feb 24, 2024.

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