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payslip

(ˈpeɪslɪp)
n
a piece of paper received by an employee showing how much salary they have been paid
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Noun1.payslip - a slip of paper included with your pay that records how much money you have earned and how much tax or insurance etc. has been taken out
record - a document that can serve as legal evidence of a transaction; "they could find no record of the purchase"
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payslip

pay slip [ˈpeɪslɪp] n (British) (gen)feuille f de paie; (more formal)bulletin m de salairepay station n
(US)téléphone m public
(British) (in car park)borne f de paiementpay structure nbarème m des salairespay television ntélévision f payante, télévision f à péagepay-TV [ˌpeɪtiːˈviː] ntélévision f payante, télévision f à péage
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The recent announcement that all workers will have a right to payslips stating the hours they have worked - an idea originally proposed by the LPC - is a positive step.
Gay, 64, who worked as business development officer at Abbey National in Neath, provided false payslips and Maxwell, 70, a director of Newportbased LRP Mortgages who worked as a financial advisor for Aspect Financial Services, processed the applications.
The recent announcement that all workers will have a right to payslips stating the hours they have worked -- an idea originally proposed by the LPC -- is a positive step.
He accused Nakumatt of not paying the money to KRA and HELB as indicated on the payslips.
At the same time, the petitioners acknowledged that "because of TRAIN, individual taxpayers such as the everyday worker, teacher, or professional will see from their payslips and ITRs the significant increases in their take-home pay.
We have never owned cars or land,' Mr Wambugu said, adding that payslips should be their collateral.
Scott Rowbotham had a portfolio of 88 rental properties after falsifying sales to pals, lying about income and forging payslips.
A court heard an HMRC investigation found he got mortgages by lying about his income and forging payslips.
The management team say payslips have always been available on request and that they have now changed their system so that payslips are given to staff along with their tips They also say that they can reprint payslips at anytime if requested to.
Enrico Rigor, chief of PNP DEG's Legal and Investigation Division, said all DEG members have been required to submit a list of their previous assignments and former commanders and their payslips.
MYOB YourPay is a mobile friendly web application that connects with employees via their smartphone or online to capture timesheets and access payslips in real time.
The scandal erupted two months ago when the payslips of top officials at state-owned companies surfaced online.