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Understand your payslip

Understand your payslip

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Understand your payslip

 

There's a lot of different terms on your payslip and it's natural to be a bit unsure of what it all means. In this blog you can find a step by step guide to hopefully help you understand the different terms on your payslip.
Remember that your Zenegy payslip is interactive in the employee app, so you can click on the different terms to read a short description. 

Step by step guide to your payslip:

picture of payslip

pictute of a payslip

 

1. This shows how many hours you have worked this month. (160,33 hours) and what your salary is (40.000 kr.)
2. ATP is the abbreviation for "Arbejdsmarkeds Tillægspension". ATP is a mandatory pension savings and it's an extra addition to the national pension. For full time employees the employer will pay 2/3 and the employee will pay 1/3 of the total amount, each month 
3. This shows the AM pension and it's a fixed amount 
4. This shows what pension company you deposit to and how much 
5. This is where you can see the amount from which your AM-contribution is calculated from
6. AM contribution stands for arbejdsmarked bidrag, which translates to labour market contributions. It's a tax for 8% which is deducted from your salary. It's the employee that pays this and it's mandatory 
7. This is where you see your personal tax deduction per month and and how much you pay in tax 
8. This will show different lines depending on you registrations since your last payslip. You might see your approved expenses, what you pay for lunch arrangement etc.
9. This will show how many vacation days you have earned in the current holiday year. The current holiday year begins on the 1st of September 2021. The period shows the savings for this payroll and year to date, which is the total saving for the year 
10. This shows how many vacation days you have spent in the current year. The period shows the saving for this payroll and year to date shows the total amount of days saved for the year. 
11. This shows how many vacation days you have earned in the last holiday year. Last holiday year saving period is from 1st of September 2020 to the 31st of August 2021 
12. This shows how many vacation days you spent in the last holiday year. The line will only appear if you use holiday from last holiday year in the payroll 
13. This shows how many days of holiday you have registered as "holiday at own expense". Holiday at own expense is holiday which the company doesn't pay for. You use "holiday at own expense" if you spend more vacation days than you have earned, or if you use vacation days you have earned from a former job
14. This shows how much holiday allowance you have earned in the current holiday year. The period shows the saving for this payroll and year to date show the total saving for the year 
15. This shows how many vacation days you must spend before the 31st of December 2021. This is vacation days you earned in the last holiday year ( from the 1st. of September to 31st of August 2021). Remember that it's only possible to transfer 5 vacation days after arranging it with your employer 
16. This shows how many vacation days you have left from the current holiday year (from the 1st of September 2021)

 

Other useful terms for the payslip:

On this payslip example you can see two words marked with a red ring; Period and Year to date. When it says period it means the time since your last payslip and when it says year to date it means the total balance for year to date for the holiday saving year.