Change How Often You Pay Your Team

Change How Often You Pay Your Team

Updating your pay cycle with Hourly

 Written by Andrea Montenegro

If you need to change how often you pay your Employees, Workers or 1099's in Hourly:

  • Select Settings
  • Select Pay Cycle
  • Select Edit
  • On the calendar shown, click on the date that your new pay period will begin
  • Options will appear with proposed end dates for Weekly, Bi Weekly and Semi Monthly payroll options
  • Select your new pay period end date
  • Select Save





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