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What is a Pay Stub?

A pay stub is a document that an employee receives along with their paycheck, showing a detailed record of the employee's earnings and deductions for a specific pay period. The pay stub typically includes information such as the employee's name and address, the pay period dates, the number of hours worked, the hourly rate, gross pay (before deductions), and a breakdown of deductions such as taxes, insurance, and retirement contributions. It is important for employees to keep pay stubs for record-keeping and tax purposes. The pay stub serves as a record of the employee's earnings and deductions and can be used to verify information such as income and taxes paid.