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Your application is held up because you can't find payslips, or the email your boss sent isn't good enough for the rental company or mortgage provider... You're not alone, it's a common problem that you can fix.
Our online platform generates high quality, accurate, PDF copies in minutes with the option to receive genuine printed stationery by post. Choose from many popular styles. Create simplified payslips from take home pay or build detailed documents that include salary, bonus, commission, expenses, pension and more.
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Create a simple pay match with standard deductions, or build more detailed payslips that include hours worked & pay rate, bonus, commission, expenses, as well as pension, student loan and healthcare deductions.
It's quick and simple, and you can make changes if you don’t get it right first time.
* Steps 4 & 5 are optional.
Standard style payslips - The common feature is they do not include the employee home address, although they can include the full company details. They are very popular and have been around for many years and are a very recognisable payslip. Click any thumbnail for a detailed image.
Plus & Prime style payslips - Both are larger documents that do include space for the full home address of the employee. The company address is limited in space on the plus style and is better abbreviated or just the name. Prime style can accommodate both.
Security style payslipsTear open mailers made from a thicker card material with a plastic see through window for the address to show. SECURITY MAILER
The video on this page provides a quick walk through creating replacement payslips, but these are the key items.
Company Name (& Address): This should be the place of employment or head office if a larger organisation. The address is optional and does not suit all payslip styles depending on the layout.
Employee Name (& Address): This can be in any format i.e Sally James, Miss S James, Sally Ann James. Address is optional, most payslip styles have a space specifically for the home address. If you do not wish to show, best to choose the standard type payslip.
National Insurance (NI) Number: This would usually always be shown. It may occasionally be blank where an overseas employee is awaiting a number to be assigned.
Work ID: This is optional as not every company uses one. Space is limited so it should be kept to less than 10 characters.
Job Start Date: If employment started after the new pay year on April 6th we need this so we can correctly calculate the Year to Date earnings for the payslip.
Department: This is optional and limited space. Keep to 5 characters or less.
Tax Code: If employee has a special tax code let us know. Likewise if this is a second job they will use a 'BR' or 'D0' code as a higher rate assignment. Alternatively we calculate using standard tax allowances for the period.
Process Date: The date to display on the payslip. This is not always the day the payment is made. Notes can be shown to include 'payment will be made to your account on....etc'. If ordering multiple payslips we will use the next sequence repeat of the date i.e next Weekly, Two Weeks, Four Weeks or Monthly. If payment is made 'Last Working Day' or 'Last Day' you can notify us in the comments box.
Pay Method: How the payment is made, Bank Transfer, Cash, Cheque, BACS or other method.
Pay Period: If a regular salary is this paid every Week, Two Weeks, Four Weeks or Monthly. Note that 4 weeks and monthly are not the same, as there are 12 months in the year but 13 four week periods.
Payslip Amount: This can be either the before deductions payment (Gross) or the take home (Net) pay, but it must match the pay period. So if weekly, the weekly amount. If monthly then the monthly amount. You can add any payment breakdown such as hours worked x pay rate, or details of bonus, overtime, etc in the extra comments.
Gross or Net: We need to know if the figures you gave or before tax or after so we can calculate correctly.
Extra Comments: You can add anything extra we need to know such as pension contributions or additional expenses payments to be added. We will perform all calculations but you are welcome to provide deductions if you wish.
Your Replacement Payslips will show a breakdown of calculations for the pay period combined with any year to date amounts carried forward from the start of the pay year, or employment start date if after April 6th.
We received this question from a new client earlier this week which is typical of many enquiries we receive.
My company has stopped giving us payslips. All we get now is an email. I need to know if they can do this because my loan application was withheld because they wanted original wage slips not photocopies on A4 paper. I said that is how I get them, but they said to go back and see my boss but he's not interested and said the bank is wrong. Can you help?
Technically your boss is correct. In recent years electronic payroll systems that fire out a pay summary by email are becoming much more common, and as long as your employer provides a summary of your pay with the correct information, he's fine to do so. Really it's the bank that need to update their processes as many more customers start to receive their wage slips this way.
Yes you can, and if your boss wont print a regular payslip on payroll stationery, and the bank wont accept your own print-out, you have little choice. You are not doing anything wrong.
You could either buy a pack of payslips and transfer the information over yourself, which may be a bit time consuming and costly as you will have to buy a pack of payslips anyway. Although you will have these to use again if a similar situation crops up.
Alternatively you could use a payroll bureau to create a replacement wage slip. This will cost less than the pack of wage slips and will likely be the simplest option as you will receive correctly printed payslips, in the right format, on genuine payroll stationery. Most Replacement Wageslip providers will be able to do this quickly, usually delivering your documents by post the following day.
Ordering is usually as simple as choosing the style of payslip you want and entering a few details regarding your pay. If it is easier forwarding your e-Payslip makes it even quicker.
Sometimes customers have deleted their email copy, which is not really a problem as the wage slip can be recalculated as long as the client has a record of how much they were paid, and if they pay standard tax or other. With those details it is straightforward enough to create new payslips which will show the same information.
Note of Caution: We are sometimes asked if we do Fake Payslips or Novelty Payslips. We cannot check with the employer or HMRC whether the information you provide is correct. We do calculate everything correctly based on what we are given, but we do rely on the accuracy of that information from you. If someone needs wage slips as proof of earnings, we always advise they supply accurate pay information as most applications need to be supported by your bank statement which will show these amounts, or confirmation by the employer.
Replacement wage slips come in a varied choice of styles but most buyers stick to one of the traditional formats which are by far the most common. Most lenders request the last 3 months wage slips with your application. Typically 3 printed replacement wage slips in a standard style will cost around Fifteen pounds. By comparison a pack of blank wage slips may cost around Twenty pounds for a box, but getting your pay information lined up correctly and printed may take you quite a while, and involve a lot of test printing, using up your ink.
We supply replacement wage slips on Prime or Sage stationery in a choice of styles, including a self seal security mailer. It's personal preference but our guidelines would be that if you want to include employee address use Prime , Sage Plus, or Security style. If you do not want to show the employee address choose Sage Standard.
Company address works better with Prime & Sage Standard styles but can be accommodated on others if quite short.
All payslip replacements show full salary calculations such as basic, bonus, commission and overtime, together with deductions for income tax, national insurance, pension or student loan.