If you are printing a check out of IHMS with more than 12 invoices on a single check, there simply isn’t enough room for the remittance info. Instead of printing remittance information on the check stub, it will print it on a separate remittance form after the checks are done printing. It will actually ask you whether you would like to print remittance forms (Yes or No?). I like to explain in training sessions that you should always say yes to this question. Because if you don’t have any remittance forms to print, it will bypass this process without wasting any of your time. Best case scenario, you will never accidentally say no to printing remittance forms when you really need them to print.
IHMS is forgiving though, if you forgot to print remittance forms or had a printer paper issue, it asks you at the end of the check printing process if everything printed correctly. Saying no will take you back through the loop of questions allowing you to reprint lien waivers, vendor letters, and remittance forms. However, if you realize after a check run is complete that you need the remittance forms and didn’t print them, you have an ace in the hole.