In this tab we try to match our calculated values with the values you would find on your paycheck. Since the paycheck is divided into upper and lower values, we have divided the values that way as well. In this image you can just see some of the upper values.
Here are some things to note about this tab.
Appears at month end
This tab only appears after the month is over. If we change this it will only be to leave a message saying the data will appear after the month is over. There is no point to comparing to a paycheck that doesn’t yet exist and early numbers might be misleading.
We can’t access your paycheck
While we are able to automatically access many reports on your pay, but we cannot currently access your paycheck. So you will need to do this comparison for yourself. This is important, as you will see below.
Watch your rate
It is especially important to note that there are times when the company gets the hours right, but applies the wrong pay rate. If that happens all the numbers will be off (except for meals). This can represent a lot of money and it will be important for you to catch it as we cannot see this directly.
Here is a list of all the paycheck values we calculate. It comes from our mockup of the app, so the numbers are obviously not representative of actual values.