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Is there a way to designate a paycheck is current employer or former employer?

The older versions I have used before allowed to choose former or current employer. I need to be able to have an end date for my past paychecks as I am doing an audit. Thank you

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  • NotACPA
    NotACPA SuperUser, Windows Beta Beta
    Well, you can specify the actual employer name in the transaction.  See graphic.
    But if you have multiple employers in the same tax year, you'll probably want to assign TAGS to the various categories in that paycheck, so that you can create separate reports for each employer.
    I didn't see any way to designate current vs former employer.
    Q user since DOS version 5
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