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The payroll report helps export employees' deductions, additions, net pay, and more for a specific payroll. This is essentially a gross-to-net report, automatically built for you each pay period, based on precisely what you have paid your employees. It shows their salary and any additions or deductions to their net pay. Broken down on a per-employee basis, it also shows the costs of each employee to you, the employer, by highlighting the employer NI and pension due for each person.
We have created this guide to help you access it in different sections and situations.
Where to find your Payroll Report
Payroll reports are created every time a new payroll is available. You can download your report by going to the Payroll tab and clicking on the three dots next to your chosen month.
Another option is selecting the desired month and clicking on the 'Actions tab'. Below is an example of an already submitted payroll.
If you haven't submitted your payroll yet, you can still access and download your payroll report, and the screen you'll see will be similar to this:
The payroll report differs from a variance report as it doesn't offer insights into variances that occurred compared to the previous month. To understand how a Payroll Variance Report works, you can read this article: How to download a Payroll Variance Report.