Yes. You might ask your employer to let the tax payer pay your taxes. To do this, you might have a government-mandated step.
You would find the information you need to modify your pay stub/payslip in your employer’s payroll system available on your intranet, internal ERP or cloud system.
The act of editing a pay statement without the consent of your employer has considered illegal. It would mean that you are altering your employment history. Therefore, you must inform your employer about any changes that you want in your pay statement before you have issued a pay stub.
How can I get a payslip/pay stub?
Your employer may not provide you a payslip/paystub because they are not mandatory in all jurisdictions. Because accessing your pay-stub should not prove difficult or frustrating.
- You can find the government-mandated forms on the website or tax authority for your area. For your employer to receive the pay slip, fill it out.
- Access your employer’s payroll management program.
- Talk to the Human Resources team. They would have some record or similar documents of the payslips.
If you’re looking for the pay stub specifically for a purpose, let your employer be aware. Your employer may have a set of documents that could prove your creditworthiness, so your employer might be able to provide you with a pay stub if you need it for a home mortgage. This is why it’s important to clearly state your intention for using the payslip.