Your recent update changed the way a paycheck processes to a 401k account

I don't use the employee matching contribution in my paycheck entry because I track that separately as Miscellaneous Income, where I can categorize it as Matching Funds (which I can't do with the restrictions you've always placed on this paycheck entry category). Prior to the most recent release I simply did not populate that field, and no entry was posted to my 401k account. With the recent release, I now have a useless empty entry line in my 401k. I can't delete the Match field in the paycheck setup, which would eliminate the issue. Why did you do this? Now I am going to have double entries with each paycheck, one of which will always be blank.

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