check stub

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Noun1.check stub - the part of a check that is retained as a record
record - anything (such as a document or a phonograph record or a photograph) providing permanent evidence of or information about past events; "the film provided a valuable record of stage techniques"
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Alternatively, expense payments can be combined with wages if the distinction is noted on the check stub.
The importance of getting rid of stuff was underscored recently when a friend moved into a retirement home and his children discovered that he had kept every check stub and canceled check that he had written.
A check stub evidencing membership in NAIFAPAC's Century Club is probably the best insurance we can maintain to avoid a political deck stacked against us.
No, my name didn't make it into the movie's credits, but I do still have the check stub for the modest stipend they paid for my services.
The employee then received a check stub showing withholding tax, social security deduction, and net bonus, plus the appropriate shares of stock based on the par value of the preferred stock.
In addition, certified payroll reports are required on many jobs with government agencies and contain employee demographic information such as race, sex, marital status, classification in union and various check stub data.
To cover the theft, Lemon would do three simple things: First, she'd enter "void" on the check stub when she wrote the check to herself.
In addition, to help cover the deception, the employee created a false payroll check stub showing that the actual funds being directly deposited to her own account were the lower gross and net pay breakdown, without the extra withholdings.