It's the start of a new quarter, and you need to find your quarterly filing package; or, it's the start of a new year, and you need to print your employees' W-2/1099 forms so you can mail them out.

Finding these forms is quick and easy in Fingercheck. Here's how to do it: 

  • From the Fingercheck Menu on the left side of your screen, go to Payroll. Then, on the Payroll Dashboard page, click on "Forms" in the Quick Actions box.

  • On this page, you can view all of the company forms that Fingercheck has generated for you.
    Note that there are two main tabs on this page, Quarterly and Annual.

    The Quarterly tab includes your Quarter End Reports packet, which contains copies of your Federal 941, your tax account statement, your Tax Variance Refund Waiver, and statements detailing your state and local tax returns (such as NYS-45)

    The Annual tab includes packets of all W-2, W-3, and 1099 forms, for all employees in your company who were paid this year. There is also typically a "Terminated" copy included- this is a file that just includes the forms for employees who are Terminated, but were still paid at some point this year.

That's it! It's that easy to view all of your Quarterly and Annual forms.

Please keep in mind that these forms take some time to generate and file.
They will NOT be available immediately following the final day of the quarter or year!
Typically, they can take anywhere from 2-4 weeks to become available, so check back again closer to the end of the month if you do not see the ones for your most recent quarter/year yet.

Lastly, if ever you (or your employer) are in need of technical assistance, you can contact our Support team at 1-800-610-9501, or, use our in-app messaging feature by logging into our secure site and initiating a conversation.

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