2 Minute Use Case: Check Corrections

In our exploration of correcting payroll checks in the system, we emphasize the value of accuracy and efficiency, understanding that there are times when you need to make corrections to checks. Whether it's voiding, reversing, or reissuing a paycheck, Avionté ensures you're covered.

When issues arise with an employee's paycheck, it's crucial to know the right action to take based on the check's status. Avionté simplifies this process, ensuring accuracy and efficiency.

Voiding a paycheck is ideal for checks that haven't been deposited, lost, or damaged. Reissuing is necessary when a paycheck is lost or damaged and can't be deposited. Reversing a paycheck is the method for cashed or deposited checks.

With Avionté's clear and concise methods for correcting paychecks, you can handle any payroll issue swiftly and accurately. By choosing the right method, you can maintain smooth payroll operations, saving time and minimizing errors.

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Welcome to our guide on correcting payroll checks in the Avionté system. Whether it's voiding, reversing, or reissuing a paycheck, we've got you covered!

When issues arise with an employee's paycheck, it's crucial to know the right action to take based on the check's status. Today, we'll walk you through the three correction methods: void, reverse, and reissue.

First up, voiding a paycheck. Choose this method if the check is still in hand—either with you or the employee—and hasn't been deposited, lost, or damaged. Remember, voiding in Avionté doesn't guarantee the check won't be cashed. Always consult your bank to ensure the check can't be cashed.

Next, reissuing a paycheck. If a paycheck is lost or damaged—say, it fell out of a wallet or went through the wash—it needs to be reissued since it can't be deposited.

Lastly, reversing a paycheck. This is the method to use when the paycheck has been cashed or deposited via ACH.

If your paycheck includes deductions like reimbursements or equipment deductions, use the 'Reverse a Paycheck with Transaction-Level Adjustments' for accurate corrections.

While correcting paychecks, always keep an eye on the check dates. If you need to backdate a check, consult Avionté Support first to avoid complications.

As an additional note, Advance Bank in the employee's record won't affect reports until the next check is processed.

With Avionté's clear and concise methods for correcting paychecks, you can handle any payroll issue swiftly and accurately. Choose the right method, follow the steps, and keep your payroll running smoothly!

For more detailed instructions, check out our articles on voiding, reissuing, and reversing paychecks.

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