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A paystub, also known as a paycheck stub or payslip, is a document that provides detailed information about an employee's pay for a particular pay period. Employers typically issue paystubs along with paychecks or direct deposits to their employees.

The information included on a paystub may vary depending on the employer and the country or state in which the employee works, but typically includes:

  • Employee's name and address
  • Employer's name and address
  • Pay period start and end dates
  • Gross pay (the total amount earned before any deductions)
  • Net pay (the amount received after deductions)
  • Federal, state, and local taxes withheld
  • Social Security and Medicare contributions
  • Retirement plan contributions
  • Health insurance premiums
  • Other deductions, such as wage garnishments or child support payments
  • Year-to-date totals for each category

Why you might need to provide a paystub?

Applying for a loan or mortgage: Lenders may ask for paystubs to verify your income and employment history.

Renting an apartment: Landlords may require paystubs as proof of income to ensure that you can afford the rent.

Applying for government benefits: Some government programs require proof of income to determine eligibility.

Filing taxes: You may need your paystubs to help calculate your taxes or to provide proof of income for tax purposes.

Verifying employment: Some employers may ask for paystubs as part of the verification process for employment or salary history.