Getting Started

Everything you need to know to start using PaycheckCity Profiles

18 articles in this collection
Written by Elizabeth Oviedo, Luke Nesbitt, and Becky Montchal
The basics

What is a profile and how do I set one up?

What you need to know to get a profile set up and running
Written by Elizabeth Oviedo
Updated over a week ago

What is a company?

What information goes into a company and what it can be used for
Written by Luke Nesbitt
Updated over a week ago

Can I add employees to a company?

Setting up your profiles and companies
Written by Elizabeth Oviedo
Updated over a week ago

How do I build a custom deduction?

Customize your calculators by building custom deductions
Written by Luke Nesbitt
Updated over a week ago

How do I create a deduction set and add custom deductions to it?

Customizing your calculators with sets of deductions
Written by Luke Nesbitt
Updated over a week ago

What's the difference between a deduction and a deduction set?

How to use deduction sets
Written by Elizabeth Oviedo
Updated over a week ago

How do I populate the calculators with my deduction sets, profiles, and companies?

Setting up the calculators with your preferences and information
Written by Luke Nesbitt
Updated over a week ago

How do I save a calculation?

I want to keep a record of my calculations
Written by Luke Nesbitt
Updated over a week ago

How do I save a report or pay stub?

Saving reports and paystubs from your calculation results
Written by Luke Nesbitt
Updated over a week ago

How do I view and print a paycheck?

View and print a paycheck from your results page
Written by Luke Nesbitt
Updated over a week ago

How do I print a report or pay stub after it's been calculated?

Printing your pay stubs and reports
Written by Elizabeth Oviedo
Updated over a week ago

What is the difference between PaycheckCity and PaycheckCity Profiles?

About PaycheckCity and PaycheckCity Profiles
Written by Elizabeth Oviedo
Updated over a week ago

How much does PaycheckCity cost?

What are the prices for PaycheckCity
Written by Elizabeth Oviedo
Updated over a week ago