Evo Classic: Reviewing Your Payroll Schedule

Every year, we include a report of your payroll schedule in with the last payroll of November.  We also send the schedule again with the first payroll of the year.  If you cannot locate your payroll schedule, just ask us and we will send you a copy.

Please review the process dates, pay period dates & check dates to confirm the schedule set matches your pay policy concerning holidays/weekends

Holiday Day of Week Date Impact
New Year's Day Observed Monday 1/2/2017 Banks & ASAP closed
MLK Day Monday 1/16/2017 Banks closed
President's Day Monday 2/20/2017 Banks closed
Memorial Day Monday 5/29/2017 Banks & ASAP closed
4th/Independence Day Tuesday 7/4/2017 Banks & ASAP closed
Labor Day Monday 9/4/2017 Banks & ASAP closed
Columbus Day Monday 10/9/2017 Banks closed
Veteran's Day Observed Friday 11/10/2017 Banks closed
Thanksgiving Day Thursday 11/23/2017 Banks & ASAP closed
Thanksgiving Day After Friday 11/24/2017 ASAP closed
Christmas Day Monday 12/25/2017 Banks & ASAP closed

Please pay particular close attention to impacts of weekends & holidays.  Reminder: employee direct deposits should be processed at least two business days in advance of the check date.

Semi-monthly/Monthly schedules: New Year's Day, MLK Day, President's Day, Memorial Day and Independence Day all could create unexpected adjustments to your process dates and/or check dates.

Bi-Weekly/Weekly: you likely are well aware of the sizable amount of Monday holidays each year.  To mitigate the impacts, we advise employers schedule their weekly or bi-weekly pay days for later in the week such as Thursday or Friday following the end of a pay period.  In addition, Veteran's Day and Thanksgiving also may further impact your schedules this year.

If you have direct access to the payroll software, you can run the "Payroll Schedule for Current Year" report from Reports >> Run Reports:

You can also view the Payroll Calendar Dates under Company >>General >> Calendar | View/Edit Calendar tab

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