A paycheck stub is the portion of a paper paycheck that the employee keeps after cashing their payroll check. Information typically included on the paycheck stub includes the number of hours worked, the amount paid to th... More »

Online employee pay stubs are legal, though some states require that employers provide access to printed pay stubs. Online pay stubs still meet this requirement if employees are given access to a printer. More »

To access your employee pay stub through the Army and Air Force Exchange Service, or AAFES, simply log into the AAFES self service website, and enter your username and password. As an associate, you can access all of you... More »

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