Payroll Paystub (from Paycheck)

By |2021-07-09T19:20:48-05:00February 22nd, 2021|Comments Off on Payroll Paystub (from Paycheck)

Introduction

A pay stub (also known as a paycheck stub, pay slip, or voucher) is the document that itemizes how much employees are paid. You will receive a pay stub for each pay period. It shows your total earnings for the pay period, deductions from the total, and your net pay after deductions.

Form Access

  • When you print paychecks, you have options to include a paystub. The information on the paystub may be limited by the check type you select. These paystubs only allow a certain number of line items.

  • Fully detailed pay stubs are accessed through the Employees > Write/Review Paychecks list. Highly one or more paychecks, click Reports > Print Review Paystubs. These are fully detailed reports that may include multiple pages.

Report Options

The full paystub does not have print options.

When you print a paycheck, you have options. In the Print Options form, please see Print Options > Voucher Options.

Tips

  • If an inactive payroll item has history it will print on the paycheck stub if the check date is in the same year as the adjustment. This is true even if you make some type of adjustment that brings a number to zero. We include that payroll item because it has history, for that period, for that employee. Example: You create a Time Off Adjustment that takes time off available to zero.

 

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