How to Send Notices to Fingercheck

What to do when you receive notices relating to taxes, workers' compensation, unemployment, child support, or wage garnishments.

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Written by Jeffrey Mo
Updated over a week ago

Throughout any business's lifespan, you will receive notices from sources such as the IRS or other state-supported agencies (such as worker's compensation and child support).

It's important to know what to do with these notices, and how to properly send them through to us so that we can make the right adjustments to your Fingercheck company.

Send a notice to Fingercheck

  1. Log in to Fingercheck as an Administrator.

  2. Click the PAYROLL tab.

  3. Click Forms & Notices.

  4. On the Forms and Notices page, click the Notices tab.

  5. Click the Submit Notice button in the upper-right corner.

  6. The Submit Notice pop-up window appears.

  7. Click Upload Document and browse to the file you want to send to Fingercheck.
    If you received a paper notice in the mail, scan the page into a PDF, Word, or image file on your computer.

    1. Please note: the maximum file size that can be uploaded is 15MB.

  8. Select the Notice Type.

    The notice type tells Fingercheck where and how to route the notice. Select the notice that most accurately describes the notice you're sending.

  9. Enter the Quarter and Year the form is relevant to (if applicable).

  10. Click Next to move to the next step (Additional Info).

  11. (Optional) Select an Agency Type and Tax Code.

  12. Click Next to move to the final step (Communication).

  13. Enter your email address, and add a note as needed.

  14. Click Submit.

  • Fingercheck will receive and process your notice.

  • If any further correspondence is necessary, you'll receive an email at the address you supplied in the Communication step.

  • On the Forms and Notices page, you can keep track of each notice as shown below.

  • Click the Details link for more information.

Here is a brief video demonstrating how:

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