Frequently Asked Questions

Watermarks will remove after you paid it.

To remove, follow the instructions below:

1. LOGIN to your account

2. Click MY STUBS

3. Click E-MAIL then select the DOWNLOAD button

4. Finally get the Stubwithout a Watermarks on it sent to your email address.

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The way to consecutive checks like you want is this.

    1. Fill in all the info – be sure to do these
      • Your STATE in the dropdown
      • Your EMAIL – so it downloads to where you want it to
      • 3 DATE fields — very very very important – DO IN ORDER
      • HIRE date – Jan 1, 2013
      • PAY date – When your pay period is over (last Friday let’s say)
      • PRINT date – Doesn’t matter – (saturday or following monday after Pay date)
    2. Select a GREEN tab for the style you like – Corp – Neat – Tstub etc
    3. Click the BLUE button that says “email/download

Now.. you have your latest pay stub – but – you want the one prior and the one prior to that as well…

  1. Click on the GREEN INFO tab
  2. Your data should all still be there – right? don’t change anything except the 2nd and 3rd date boxes – NOT THE1st
  3. Only change the PAY date back to the payperiod before (let’s say you get paid weekly, so, it would be the previous Friday)
  4. Now change the Print date a few days after THAT
  5. Go to the same GREEN tab as before – and click EMAIL / DOWNLOAD

Repeat this as many times as you like.

The YTD issue is common, it’s something We may need to redesign.. and am willing to hear your suggestions on how to make it more user-friendly. We have changed it a few times, but, there is still some confusion.

but, here is how you should do it until we do that. ?

Reset the browser, start fresh, click on the link we sent you

don’t worry about all the other stuff.. just put in your STATE, you EMAIL, and the three dates

These MUST be put IN ORDER… ok?

  1. Jan 1, 2013.. or something like that way back when you got hired
  2. Last Friday (or something like when you got paid last
  3. the following saturday or a few days after to get the check printed

Then, you should see “# of pay periods” filled in automatically

Depending on how often you get paid, it should be like 30, or 15, or 6

Reminder : Enter only correct information.