How much does it cost to make a paystub document?
$8.99 per paystub.
How does an online check stub maker work?
Enter your employee’s information into our online form and we’ll take care of the rest. You will need to know items such as their address, gross wages, pay date, pay period, and tax filing status. Our paystub generator will then create an earnings statement in PDF format with a summary of relevant taxes withheld (federal taxes, state taxes, FICA taxes, etc.) to derive net pay.
How and when will I receive my paystub?
RIGHT AWAY! As soon as you complete your purchase, you can download your paystub from our “thank you” page and a copy will be sent to your email.
Do I need to print my generated check stub on special paper?
No, special paper is not needed to print your check stubs.
What is your refund policy?
Due to the digital nature of our product, all sales are final. We highly recommend you double check your paystub for accuracy using our preview option. If you happen to make a mistake and need to correct you or your employee’s information, please reach out to our customer support team. We will be more than happy to help you correct your paystub free of charge.
Does your Paycheck generator software calculate payroll for my state?
Do you offer a subscription service?
Is there a limit on how many paystubs I can make?
No, there is no limit. If you plan on making multiple paystubs on regular basis, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss our loyalty programs.
What are your customer support hours?
Our team is available Monday through Friday, from 7am to 6pm Pacific Time. If you need us outside of these hours, you can always email us at email@example.com and our team will get back to you as soon as possible.
Will my data be secure?
How can I adjust the amounts shown on my generated paystub?
Our software automatically calculates the amounts based off the current tax rates in all 50 states and cannot be adjusted manually.
Do employers have to provide a paystub?
Maybe. It all depends upon the employer requirements determined by the state.