Your unique payroll number that tells us who you are.
This tells payroll what day you will get paid.
Your yearly salary before any deductions.
This is how much you get per hour if you are paid by timesheet.
The last date up to which this pay slip covers
Your personal national insurance number.
This is so payroll can work out how much tax and national insurance you need to pay.
How much of your salary you have been taxed on since the start of this tax year (the tax year runs from 6 April to 5 April).
How much tax you have paid since the start of this tax year (the tax year runs from 6 April to 5 April).
Your salary before tax and NI deductions.
Any deductions from your salary, including tax and NI.
How much pay you get each month.
Pension contributions that are deducted before tax and NI worked out.
National Insurance contributions made by you.
If an R is before any description on your pay slip, this means that it is an arrears payment or deduction i.e. a payment or deduction that is backdated to a month that you have already been paid for.
This is what you get paid.
Mr J Smith
TAX TO DATE
|TOTAL GROSS PAY||2686.76||TOTAL DEDUCTIONS||345.7|