Italian Payslip Explained

Erez Greenberg July 18, 2019

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)