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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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Shaun Shirazian, head of product at Intuit QuickBooks UK, who conducted the research, said: "Many of us can feel a bit lost when checking our payslips and feel unsure about the multiple factors that contribute to our adjusted pay.
"Many of us can feel a bit lost when checking our payslips and feel unsure about the multiple factors that contribute to our adjusted pay," explained Shaun Shirazian, at accountancy firm Intuit QuickBooks UK.
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'We don't want more taxation on our payslips till 2021,' he said.
ALMOST 300,000 workers will start receiving payslips for the first time under a package of new employment laws coming into force, ministers have said.
PAYSLIPS From April 6, 2019, the legal right to a payslip will be extended to include non-employees such as contractors and freelancers.
A COUPLE pretended they had well-paid jobs and provided fake payslips and various other forged documents to get loans worth tens of thousands of pounds.
One legislated proposal which will require employers' immediate attention is that, from April 6, 2019, all workers must received itemised payslips stating the hours worked and pay earned.