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Re: payslips
« Reply #50 on: 20-11-16, 05:08PM »
The usual money off vouchers are in the booklet as usual

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« Reply #51 on: 20-11-16, 05:08PM »
Hasn't mentioned it anywhere so we'll  wait and see.
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Re: payslips
« Reply #52 on: 20-11-16, 05:10PM »
If you read the comments you will see

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Re: payslips
« Reply #53 on: 20-11-16, 06:01PM »
The comments say about it being "the biggest voucher  booklet" Tesco have done, nothing regarding the general money vouchers.
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Re: payslips
« Reply #54 on: 20-11-16, 06:10PM »
There are several replies that state the £1 off £5 coupons are in the booklet ,one reply is from a "colleague comms" ,called Orla and there is another reply that also directs you to another page where it lists the £1 off £5 vouchers as being in the booklet.

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Re: payslips
« Reply #55 on: 27-12-16, 09:58AM »
Keep all payslips for 12 months , until your receive a P60 covering that period, and keep your P60  for at least 12 years as these are proof you paid NI and all taxes due , as the you can claim any over payment going back 12 years . and do the same with benefit for 6 years any mistakes older than six years you have no legal claim on

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Re: payslips
« Reply #56 on: 12-01-17, 02:56PM »
Can we request our clock in information to be able to check it against out ours? I did a lot of overtime before Xmas and unfortunately didn't keep a note of it and would like to make sure I am paid the correct amount.

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Re: payslips
« Reply #57 on: 12-01-17, 04:07PM »
A manager at the DC where I work has started running a payslip class, people can go and have everything explained. I've got no idea about checking a payslip due to different cut off dates for various different payments, I just check my hours weekly and take it from there

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Re: payslips
« Reply #58 on: 12-01-17, 04:28PM »
HereWeGoAgain

You can ask your manager to obtain your clock in sheet for the period you require.  However if you are one of the verrrryyy fortunate stores that has an APPROACHABLE wages clerk then they can easily explain and go through the dates with you. It is their job after all ??? ???
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Re: payslips
« Reply #59 on: 12-02-17, 09:41PM »
JustJohn
Keep your P60s FOREVER. This will be proof that you paid NI in that tax year. Your full state pension depends on 35 years of full NI contributions (current rules). Pro rataed down if you don't have 35.

If you think payslips are complicated you will love going through the Government site to find out how many years NI contributions you have been creditted with