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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Wages
payslippay‧slip /ˈpeɪslɪp/ British English, pay stub American English noun [countable]  BEWPETa piece of paper that an employed person gets every time they are paid, showing the amount they have been paid and the amount that has been taken away for tax
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payslipYou will be sent, by the Inland Revenue, a booklet containing payslips.In February or March next year, the Revenue will send out a bulk issue of payslips for the year 1993/94 only.They tell you how to complete the payslips and how to pay.Follow the instructions on the payslips.The team decided that improvements were needed in the way the payslip is laid out.All you need to do is send one of these payslips with each month's payment.
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