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The routing transit number (RTN) or sort code is a unique identifier for the bank.


The account number for backend money processing (not the number of the card).
The number on the bank card.
Any additional bank number supplied.
Remainder paid through main above.
Amount per paystub. Remainder paid through main above.
The routing transit number (RTN) or sort code is a unique identifier for the bank.
The account number for backend money processing (not the number of the card).
The number on the bank card.
Optional. Any additional bank number supplied.

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StateReferenceDismissal ("You're fired!")Resignation ("I quit!")
  Alaska
Alaska Stat. § 23.05.140Pay within 3 working (business) days after the last day of employment.Pay the next scheduled pay day that's: a) after their last day of employment, and, b) at least 3 calendar days after their resignation was given.
  Alabama
(no law)Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment (there's no law set).🡸  Same as "Dismissal".
  Arkansas
Arkansas Code § 11-4-405Pay within 7 calendar days after the last day of employment.Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.
  Arizona
Ariz. Rev. Stat. Ann. § 23-353Pay whichever's earlier of: a) within 7 working (business) days after the last day of employment, or b) the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.
  California
Cal. Lab. Code §§ 201, 202, and 227.3Pay the last day of employment.Pay whichever's later of: a) within 3 calendar days after their last day of employment if less than 3 calendar days notice was given, or b) the last day of employment.
  Colorado
Colo. Rev. Stat. Ann. § 8-4-109Pay the last day of employment.Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.
  Connecticut
Conn. Gen. Stat. Ann. § 31-71cPay within 1 working (business) days after the last day of employment.Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.
  District of Columbia
D.C. Code § 32-1303Pay within 1 working (business) days after the last day of employment.Pay whichever's earlier of: a) within 7 calendar days after the last day of employment, or b) the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.
  Delaware
Del. Code Ann. tit. 19, § 1103Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.🡸  Same as "Dismissal".
  Florida
(no law)Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment (there's no law set).🡸  Same as "Dismissal".
  Georgia
(no law)Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment (there's no law set).🡸  Same as "Dismissal".
  Hawaii
Haw. Rev. Stat. § 388-3Pay the last day of employment.Pay whichever's earlier of: a) within 0 calendar days of their last day of employment if one pay periods notice was given, or b) the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.
  Iowa
Iowa Code Ann. § 91A.4.Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.🡸  Same as "Dismissal".
  Idaho
Idaho Code §§ 45-606, 45-617Pay whichever's earlier of: a) within 10 calendar days after the last day of employment, or b) the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.🡸  Same as "Dismissal".
  Illinois
820 Ill. Comp. Stat. 115/5Pay the last day of employment.🡸  Same as "Dismissal".
  Indiana
Ind. Code §§ 22-2-9-2 and 22-2-5-1Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.🡸  Same as "Dismissal".
  Kansas
Kan. Stat. Ann. § 44-315Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.🡸  Same as "Dismissal".
  Kentucky
Ky. Rev. Stat. Ann. § 337.055Pay whichever's later of: a) within 14 calendar days after the last day of employment, or b) the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.🡸  Same as "Dismissal".
  Louisiana
La. Rev. Stat. Ann. § 23:631Pay whichever's earlier of: a) within 15 calendar days after the last day of employment, or b) the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.🡸  Same as "Dismissal".
  Massachusetts
Mass. Ann. Laws ch. 149 § 148Pay the last day of employment.Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.
  Maryland
Md. Lab. & Emp. Code Ann. § 3-505Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.🡸  Same as "Dismissal".
  Maine
Me. Rev. Stat. Ann. tit. 26, § 626Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.🡸  Same as "Dismissal".
  Michigan
Mich. Comp. Laws §§ 408.474, 408.475Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.🡸  Same as "Dismissal".
  Minnesota
Minn. Stat. §§ 181.13, 181.14Pay the last day of employment.Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.
  Missouri
Mo. Ann. Stat. § 290.110Pay the last day of employment.Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment (there's no law set).
  Mississippi
(no law)Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment (there's no law set).🡸  Same as "Dismissal".
  Montana
Mont. Code Ann. § 39-3-205Pay the last day of employment.Pay whichever's earlier of: a) within 15 calendar days after the last day of employment, or b) the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.
  North Carolina
N.C. Gen. Stat. § 95.25.7Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.🡸  Same as "Dismissal".
  North Dakota
N.D. Cent. Code § 34-14-03Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.🡸  Same as "Dismissal".
  Nebraska
Neb. Rev. Stat. § 48-1230Pay whichever's earlier of: a) within 14 calendar days after the last day of employment, or b) the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.🡸  Same as "Dismissal".
  New Hampshire
N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. § 275:44Pay within 3 calendar days after the last day of employment.Pay whichever's earlier of: a) within 3 calendar days of their last day of employment if one pay periods notice was given, or b) the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.
  New Jersey
N.J. Stat. Ann. § 34:11-4.3Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.🡸  Same as "Dismissal".
  New Mexico
N.M. Stat. Ann. §§ 50-4-4 and 50-4-5Pay within 5 calendar days after the last day of employment.Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.
  Nevada
Nev. Rev. Stat. §§ 608.020 — 608.030Pay the last day of employment.Pay whichever's earlier of: a) within 7 calendar days after the last day of employment, or b) the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.
  New York
N.Y. Labor Laws § 191Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.🡸  Same as "Dismissal".
  Ohio
Ohio Rev. Code Ann. § 4113.15Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment (there's no law set).Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.
  Oklahoma
Okla. Stat. Ann. tit. 40, § 165.3Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.🡸  Same as "Dismissal".
  Oregon
Or. Rev. Stat. § 652.140Pay within 1 working (business) days after the last day of employment.Pay whichever's earlier of: a) within 5 calendar days after the last day of employment, or b) the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.
  Pennsylvania
43 Pa. Cons. Stat. Ann. § 260.5Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.🡸  Same as "Dismissal".
  Rhode Island
R.I. Gen. Laws § 28-14-4Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.🡸  Same as "Dismissal".
  South Carolina
S.C. Codified Laws § 41-10-50Pay whichever's earlier of: a) within 2 calendar days after the last day of employment, or b) the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment (there's no law set).
  South Dakota
S.D. Codified Laws §§ 60-11-10, 60-11-14)Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.🡸  Same as "Dismissal".
  Tennessee
Tenn. Code. Ann. § 50-2-103Pay whichever's later of: a) within 21 calendar days after the last day of employment, or b) the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.🡸  Same as "Dismissal".
  Texas
Texas Code Ann., Labor § 61.014Pay within 6 calendar days after the last day of employment.Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.
  Utah
Utah Code Ann. § 34-28-5Pay within 1 calendar days after the last day of employment.Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.
  Virginia
Va. Code § 40.1-29Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.🡸  Same as "Dismissal".
  Vermont
Vt. Stat. Ann. tit. 21 § 342Pay within 3 calendar days after the last day of employment.Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.
  Washington
Wash. Rev. Code § 49.48.010Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.🡸  Same as "Dismissal".
  Wisconsin
Wis. Stat. Ann. § 109.03Pay whichever's earlier of: a) within 30 calendar days after the last day of employment, or b) the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.
  West Virginia
W. Va. Code § 21-5-4Pay the next scheduled pay day after the last day of employment.🡸  Same as "Dismissal".
  Wyoming
Wyo. Stat. Ann. § 27-4-104Pay within 5 working (business) days after the last day of employment.🡸  Same as "Dismissal".
Updated: 4 Apr 2019. Keywords: last, termination.
 
Answer. Go to the person's paystub.

To get the sub-total hours for each person's pay period:

  1. Setup a pay batch with your pay day cycle at Pay batches ➜ Setup.
  2. Add people to that pay batch at Pay batches ➜ People.
  3. Go to a person's Paystubs and you'll see a breakdown of their hours with sub-totals.
Updated: 13 May 2019. Keywords: export, time.
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