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Earnings Statement

View Your Earnings Statement

You can view your earnings statement through Employee Self Service (ESS) in PeopleSoft. Once logged in, click on the Payroll & Compensation tile. Select the statement date you need to view a detailed PDF document. Earnings statements are available one day prior to pay day.

Earnings Statement Glossary

Your earnings statement provides detailed information on additions to and subtractions from your gross salary or wage to arrive at the net pay. Net pay is your “take home” pay. It also provides cumulative payroll information in the Year-To-Date sections of Earnings, Taxes, Before/After Tax Deductions and Employer Paid Benefits.

The Hours and Earnings box provides detail on all earnings codes paid to you in your gross salary/wage. The Taxes and Deductions boxes provide detailed information on all the deductions from your gross salary/wage. The Employer Paid Benefits box outlines the benefits paid on your behalf by the university.

Earnings Statement Sample

Regular Pay: Reflects your monthly salary. This code is used for employees who are paid over 12 months.

Contract Earnings: This pay code is for faculty positions and reflects monthly salary for faculty paid over nine months or faculty who spread their salary over 12 months.

Contract Earned Not Paid: Pay code reflects the portion of faculty monthly salary that is being deferred and banked to June, July and August paychecks. This is for faculty who elected to be paid over 12 months instead of nine.

Hazard Pay: Supplemental amount paid to individuals in positions eligible for pay, such as police officers.

Longevity Pay: Supplemental amount paid to full-time, non-faculty employees who have 24 months (effective Sept. 1, 2015) or more of state employment. View the longevity pay policy for amounts paid.

Fed Withholding Tax: The amount of federal income taxes withheld from your pay. The amount is based on your taxable income and the withholding allowances you selected on IRS Form W-4.

Fed Med/EE or Social Security: The amount of Social Security taxes withheld from your pay as required by the Federal Insurance Contributions Act. These taxes are subject to change by Congress and are assessed up to the established federal wage limit. The current rates and wage limit are posted on the Federal Withholding web page.

Fed OASDI/EE or Medicare: The amount of Medicare taxes withheld from your pay as required by the Federal Insurance Contributions Act. These taxes are subject to change by Congress and are assessed on all wages.

Medical/Dental/Vision: Employee monthly premium for health, dental or vision coverage.

Annuity/Deferred Compensation: The deduction for your elective tax sheltered annuity (Section 403(b)) or deferred compensation (Section 457) plan.

FLEX Dependent Care: The amount of money you elected to contribute to pay your child care costs (Section 125). This amount is not subject to withholding tax or OASDI tax.

FLEX: The amount of money you elected to contribute to pay your out-of-pocket eligible medical or dental bills (Section 125). This amount is not subject to withholding tax or OASDI.

Teacher Retirement or Optional Retirement: The deduction for your contribution to your retirement plan, which is 7.7 percent for TRS members and 6.65 percent for ORP members of your Gross and Longevity Pay.

Medical Premium Sharing: The portion of your insurance cost that is paid by the university.

Optional Retirement Plan: Employer match to employee contribution. The university contributes 8.5 percent to your retirement plan for TRS as a fringe benefit.

Teacher Retirement Plan: Employer match to employee contribution. The university contributes 7.5 percent to your retirement plan for TRS as a fringe benefit.

Worker’s Compensation Insurance: Insurance paid by the university for employees to receive medical benefits for work related injury or occupational illness

Total Gross: All earnings including salary, longevity and hazardous pay.

Taxable Gross: Total Gross minus Retirement, Annuity/Deferred Compensation, All FLEX Amounts and Parking (If you elected pre-tax parking).

Total Taxes: Federal Withholding, Medicare and Social Security.

Total Deductions: All deductions, including before and after tax.

Net Pay: Total Gross minus Total Taxes and Total Deductions.