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How To Add Employees In QuickBooks Pro

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Chelsea Krause

Chelsea Krause

Managing Editor - Accounting
Chelsea Krause is a writer who has specialized in accounting for over three years and is a QuickBooks Certified User. She has a BA in English & Creative Writing from George Fox University and studied at the University of Oxford as well. She has been quoted in Forbes and her work appears in Startup Nation, Small Business Bonfire, and Women on Business.
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    Marla Korpar


    Thanks for the article. What about the original hire date and adjusted start date. What are those fields for?

      Chelsea Krause

      Hi there Marla!

      Great question! So the original hire date will be the official date your employee is hired. The adjusted service date is often used if your employee’s job is altered in a significant way. This can help you internally track when they got a promotion, switched departments, etc. Hope this helps!

      Best wishes,

      -Chelsea Krause

        Jane Brewer

        Hi Chelsea, This is very helpful tips for adding employees in quickbooks in very easy ways. Thanks for sharing

          Chelsea Krause

          Hi Jane,

          I’m glad you found this post helpful!

          Best wishes,

          -Chelsea Krause

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