How is my pay slip structured?

Explanation about your payslip

Basic data

  • Boekjaar: this is the year in question.
  • Periode: the period for which the payment applies.
  • Verwerkingsdatum: the date on which the payslip was processed.
  • Bedrijfsauto: this indicates whether you have a company car or not.
  • Minimumloon: your legal gross minimum wage per period.
  • LH-Tabel: mention of the tax table that is applied.
  • Heffingskorting: this indicates whether you have applied tax credit or not.
  • Percentage BT: incidental rewards such as vacation allowance, bonus and overtime are taxed at this percentage.
  • Tabeltijdvak: mention of the tax table that is applied.
  • Soortloner: mention of monthly, 4-week or weekly payment.
  • Werkgever: the number of your employer.
  • Werknemer: your number in our system.
  • BSN: this is your Citizen Service Number (BSN).
  • Datum in dienst: the date you started working at Payroll Select.
  • Geboortedatum: your date of birth.

Salary components

  • A: the amount of hours you have been paid for, your gross salary per hour and the amount that is worth.
  • B: if you have ‘pluspensioen’ (the build up of your pension) this is what you see on your payslip. You see the percentage of your gross salary in the period.
  • C: the basis on which the employer pays premiums for you, so that you are insured for, among other things, involuntary unemployment and incapacity for work.
  • D: statement of wages for taxes. You must pay taxes on this wage according to the applicable table.
  • E: the amount of taxes you need to pay.
  • F: the subtotal.
  • G: the part of the differentiated premium for the resumption of work allowance (Whk) that is deducted from the net salary.
  • H: the basis on which the employee contribution in the premium Whk is calculated.
  • I: the bank account number the money has been transferred to.
  • J: the amount of days and hours your taxes have been calculated on.
  • K: an overview of your reservations.
  • L: cumulative data of gross salary, wages for employee insurance, wage for wage tax, wage tax and the total wage paid.