Edit a net paycheck to reflect deductions
Before you edit a recurring paycheck deposit to reflect deductions, have a paycheck stub handy.

Note: To perform this advanced task, you must be using Advanced Bills. To find out if you're using Advanced Bills, look for the Essential Bills or Advanced Bills label in the upper-right corner of the Bills summary page.

  1. At the top of the page, click Bills.
  2. If you're using Essential Bills, you must switch to Advanced Bills to perform this task.
    1. Click switch to Advanced Bills.
    2. Click Use Advanced Bills, and then click OK.
    3. To return to the Bills summary page, click Bills.
  3. Select the paycheck you want to edit.
  4. Click Edit, and then click Edit deposit series.
  5. In the Category box, select Paycheck, and then click Details.
  6. On the Wages tab, in the Amount column, type the gross amount shown on your pay stub.
  7. On the Deductions Before Taxes tab, enter any pretax deductions, such as a 401(k).
  8. On the Taxes tab, enter the amounts deducted from your paycheck (such as Federal Income Tax and Social Security).
  9. On the Deductions After Taxes tab, enter post-tax deductions, such as contributions to savings accounts.
  10. Review the totals in the table to make sure everything matches your paycheck stub. Be sure to enter all deductions as positive numbers.
  11. If the sum of the deductions plus your wages does not equal your gross pay , an amount labeled Unassigned appears. Double-check your pay stub and the numbers you entered until the Unassigned amount equals zero.
  12. Click Done.