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Italian Payslip Breakdown

Countries handle and distribute payslips differently all over the world.

By providing a visual breakdown of an Italian payslip we aim to help you better understand the taxes, deductions, and contributions that go with payroll.

Did you know that Italy

  • has a very strong manufacturing sector, and is a powerful exporter, that attracts a surfeit of tourism.
  • is more industrial and developed in the north, while the south is more relaxed and rural.
  • is a founding member of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and European Economic Community (EEC). It is also a member state of the United Nations (UN), World Trade Organization (WTO), and Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).

More to know about the payslip:

  • “RESIDUO AP” is the number of “ferie”, “ex-festività” and “R.O.L.” of the last year (for instance at 31 December 2018)
  • “MATURATO” is the number of  “ferie”, “ex-festività” and “R.O.L.” of the current year until the month elaborated (for instance May 2019)
  • “GODUTO” is the total number of “ferie”, “ex-festività” and “R.O.L.” taken during the current year until the month elaborated (for instance May 2019)
  • “SALDO” is the balance of “ferie”, “ex-festività” and “R.O.L.” (RESIDUO AP + MATURATO – GODUTO) until the month elaborated  (for instance May 2019).
  • the days of absence recorded in the payslips are referred to the previous month (for instance in June payslips you find the data of ferie”, “ex-festività” and “R.O.L.” updated to 31 May 2019),
  • for Mr. Sansovini, Carlotti, Lo Piparo and Ms. Gaia you will find some differences between the attached file and your HR system for my misunderstanding. I’m going to update them with July payslips.

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