The number under which your employer is registered at ADP.
This is your employee number which is your unique number within the payroll administration.
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The period number and the unique number of the slip are shown here.
This is the department number in the company you work in.
This indicates the month or the period to which this payslip applies.
These columns may contain special information like the registration number of your pension or a part-time factor.
This information is important for determining which wage tax table applies. There are various tax tables and this section shows the one applicable to you. In the example it is ‘maand’(month), ‘wit’ (white) which refers to the normal wage tax and insurance premium table. An alternative is ‘4 weken’ (per 4 weeks), ‘groen’ (green).
The tax credit determines whether you are entitled, or not, to a tax credit to reduce the payable wage tax. This depends on your personal circumstances.
Annual salary special payments. This annual salary (derived from the previous year) is the basis for determining the percentage of wage tax, special tariff (see item 10).(see topic 10)
The applicable percentage of wage tax for holiday allowance, bonus and overtime, etc.
If your employer hasn’t made a car available to you, this is indicated by ‘N’ (= NO). If you have a car made available to you, this is indicated by ‘J’ (= YES). If you pay a contribution towards your car, you will see this in item 22. The added amount for taxation is shown in item 23, and based on the catalogue value of your car minus your own contribution if applicable.
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Your Social Security number: the number identifies you to the Employee Insurance Agency (UWV) and Tax and Customs Administration (Belastingdienst).
The employment number (IKV) is important for the Employee Insurance Agency (UWV) and Tax and Customs Administration (Belastingdienst). Especially when you are hired by the same employer several times.
The % settlement of the tax credit which is part of the % special tariff (see item 10).
The agreed fixed salary or wage paid per month, four weeks, day or hour. The overtime-hourly wage is the hourly wage for calculating your overtime.
This states the gross statutory minimum wage and the agreed number of working hours per pay period and the contract hours per week.
If this section shows the abbreviations ‘ZVW’ (Healthcare Insurance), ‘ZW’ (Sickness Benefit), ‘WW’ (Unemployment Benefit) and ‘WIA’ (Work and Income according to Labour Capacity), it means you are insured according to these four statutory schemes. You are insured, the contribution however is payed by your employer. You will therefore not see any further details about them on your payslip.
RES stands for reserve. If ‘J’ (YES) is printed here then a special rule applies, e.g. a social fund.
This section contains general information, such as your starting date of employment and your job title.
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This shows the name of the company where you work, and your name and address, etc. Also mentioned here is how the % special tariff is divided in a regular% and a settlement% of the tax credit.
This shows all taxed and non-taxed payments of the current pay period including the total of the payments.
The deductions from the total payments are stated here per element. This row contains text which concerns wage tax and the wage tax at the special tariff. These levies consist of wage tax and national insurance contributions. Application of the special tariff is mentioned separately.
It also shows if applicable your own contribution for your company car (see item 11).
There is also a notification when you’re paying pension contributions. These premiums are deducted from your wage before defining taxes.
This shows items other than money, it includes wage in kind, additions to the taxable amount such as the addition in conection with the company car (see item 11).
This specifies all days, hours and other details of the current period. In addition there are the same details up to and including the current period.
Various details are shown here for up to and including this period. If applicable, the amount of the used ‘employed persons tax credit’ (Arbeidskorting) is shown. This amount is part of your credit which has been used in the deduction for the wage tax. Each period your employer will inform the Tax and Customs Administration about this amount.
This section shows how payments and deductions are calculated. Special payments, such as overtime and holiday allowance, are taxed according to the special tariff (see item 10).
TWK = Retrospective Effect. If there has been a notification of a data change in a previous period – e.g. after a modification in your labour agreement – a recalculation is made and a retrospective result is produced. This column states how this result has been produced. The retrospective result is shown as a positive or negative amount in item 21.
The net amount to be paid to you is shown in this box. Below this box is shown how the net amount has to be paid to you. On this specification, the account numbers are in IBAN notation.
Various messages may be printed here. For instance the beneficiary of the payments.