How long do employers have to keep pay stubs?
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Last modified 6/3/2020 10:28:35 AM EST |
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Although the federal government doesn't have any specific rules for employers to keep their employee pay stub records, the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) recommends keeping the records for 3 years. Also, pay stub information of employees along with their payroll data needs to be maintained for the same period. The payroll information includes:
- Employee name, address, and social security number.
- The employee's gender and occupation.
- The date and time each workweek begins and ends.
- The date the employee is paid
- Daily and weekly hours worked.
- The employee's pay rate.
- Regular wages, overtime pay, and any additions to or deductions from the employee's pay.
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