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Payroll Software: How to Rename a Company Account

In house Payroll Softwware ezPaycheck can print paychecks on blank stock and pre-printed checks. It also supports multiple accounts. Here is the step by step guide about how to rename the current account quickly.
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    Step 1: Duplicate the current payroll account with a new name

    1.1 Launch ezPaycheck software

    1.2 Click the top menu "Company", and click sub menu "Duplicate Current Account"

    duplicate the company

    1.3 Enter the new file name (Note: Please use letters and numbers only. Some computers cannot support special characters in file name)

    new company name

    Step 2: Switch the current account to view data

    2.1 Click the top menu "Company" and then click sub menu "Select Current Company" to switch the new company as the current company

    switch account

    Step 3: Delete the old account(optional)

    Click the top menu "Company" and then click sub menu "Delete Company" (Note: You cannot undo this delete action.)

    Related Links:

  • ezPaycheck Quick Start Guide

  • How a add a new company account

  • How to handle both employees and contractors

  • How to handle restaurant tips

  • How to add a custom deduction and withhold it from each paycheck automatically

  • How to handle local taxes

  • How to handle State Disability Insurance (SDI)

  • How to print paycheck in different formats: check-on-top, check-in-middle, check-at-bottom or 3-per-page

  • How to print paycheck on blank stock

  • How to print paycheck on pre-printed checks

  • How to print paycheck with company logo

  • How to adjust check printing position

  • Sample Paychecks