Accounting, Payroll & Pension Issues/Payroll stubs

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Is my company required by law to provide a payroll stub. those of us that work for this company all have direct deposit. We have yet to get a payroll stub to show our pay/vacation time/deductions/etc.  We have requested and keep getting told we will be sent them, but nothing.  Can you let me know if this is legal?

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In the state of Wisconsin an employer must state clearly on an employee’s paycheck, pay envelope, or paper accompanying the wage payment, including direct deposit payments:
•the number of hours worked,
•the rate of pay and
•the amount of and reason for each deduction from wages due or earned by the employee,

Wisconsin Stat. 103.475; WI Admin Code DWD 272.10

Nothing else is required on the paystub.

https://docs.legis.wisconsin.gov/code/admin_code/dwd/272/10

The above Wisconsin website is where you can find this statute.

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Shirley McAllister, CPP, PHR

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I can answer payroll questions, payroll tax questions, 401K questions. No stock option questions please and I have some knowledge of other pensions but am most familiar with the 401K pension. I can answer U.S.and Canada payroll questions proficiently and have a good general knowledge of UK and South Africa and some knowledge of Australia and New Zealand Payroll procedures. Please do not ask me homework questions I do not have time to answer them.

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25 years with an international company in the Human Resources, Payroll and Payroll Tax areas.

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SHRM, APA, I.O.M.A.

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I.O.M.A. and BNA

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P.H.R., C.P.P., Canadian Payroll Administrator, Successfully passed APA class on UK Payroll Administration. Boise State University Human Resource Certification

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APA Hotline Citation of Merit for last 8 years.

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