You should be issued with a payslip every time you are paid. This should be in a sealed envelope or through a password protected email.
Your payslip must show:
Your payslip may also show:
Here is an example of a standard payslip. It shows the company name, employee name and the date issued (date paid).
On the left is your income before any deductions. This will show your basic pay and also any overtime due, racing expenses, pool money etc. The middle box shows your deductions for tax and National Insurance. This may also show deductions for rent or anything else agreed to be deducted. For example, you may have bought a new pair of boots from the saddlers on your employers account, and agreed to have £x per week deducted. The right hand box shows your yearly totals (April – April) for the amount of tax and National Insurance you have paid and also your net pay (take home pay).
Racing Welfare’s 24 hour support line enables people to access support and
guidance through digital and telephone options.