I Am A 7-11 Employee And Can Not Retrieve My Pay Stub. The Address I Have Will Not Connect To Web Site. Where Can I Find My Employee Id, Which I Need To Register?

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The simplest way to do it is to call the financial department of your company. They should be able to inform you what your employee ID is, provided that you can identify yourself, using your social number.

Today, most of the companies choose to pay their employees by direct deposit or via an electronic direct deposit. Either of the two is enough to make the pay stub obsolete. Instead, they will give you a copy of the check that confirms the pay; or you can simply go online and check you virtual pay stub in your bank account.

Irrespective of your pay increments (how often you get paid,) you can submit copies of your checks for the taxes. The actual procedure may depend on where you are in the world, but the principle stays the same: A regular submission of your earnings, in whichever acceptable form it may be, ensures accurate documentation for your yearly taxes.

If you want to apply for a credit card, keep in mind that most of the banks accept electronic information as long as it is validated by either a legal representative (another bank which confirms your salary for the past months) or a physical or digital signature. Such documents have become common during the last years and they can easily replace the traditional pay stub or pay checks. If they don’t accept it, ask them to contact your employer’s accountant, who can provide the necessary information for them.

If you’re retiring and you don’t find old pay stubs which justify how much you earned in the past, you have to go back to each company where you previously worked, and ask them for the legal papers. This is customary and accountants are used to it, so it shouldn’t be difficult to do, even if it may take a lot of time.

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