What Kind Of Information Is My Employer Supposed To Put On My Pay Stub?

Your employer must give you a pay­stub each pay period which explains how long you worked, how much money you earned and how much money you were paid. The stub must include the number of hours you actually worked; your rate of pay; your gross wages; your deductions for taxes; and other deductions you have authorized your employer to make. The pay­stub also has to state the beginning and ending dates of the pay period.

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