Add or remove a garnishment or other post-tax deduction

If you need to deduct money from an employee's paycheck to account for a wage garnishment or other debt, follow the steps below to set up deductions. You can set up a one-time deduction or an ongoing deduction that will be taken every pay period.

Custom deductions are always post-tax. If you need to set up pre-tax deductions instead, click here for next steps

All deductions start with the next pay period.

If you have questions about a wage garnishment notice or income withholding order, contact the agency that sent you the notice or your accounting professional.

If you've received a court order to enroll dependents in health insurance, head to this article for next steps.