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Explanation: I.e. the piece of paper (nowadays part of a print-out from a computer -- but formerly a printed slip of paper with the details entered by hand) which gives details of (a) gross salary and a break down of salary into hours worked plus overtime etc. (b) tax deducted by employer (c) other deductions (d) net salary paid out in cash or by cheque or bank deposit to the employer.