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View and download payslips on your phone - Sage HR app
View and download payslips on your phone - Sage HR app

How to view your payslips (wage slips) and tax documents on your phone using the Sage HR app.

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Written by Oliver Cook
Updated over a week ago

When you install the Sage HR app, once logged in you can access your payslips and tax documents on your phone, anytime, anywhere.

  1. Log in to the Sage HR app.

  2. Tap Workspace at the bottom, then tap the Payslips tile (Payslips & P60s for UK).

  3. This shows a summary of your most recent payslip, and previous payslips that year listed underneath.

    📎NOTE: If any payslips are missing, please contact your employer.

    📌TIP: To view any other tax documents. such as a e.g P60 (UK only), toggle to P60s on the slider on the bottom of the Payslips and P60s page.

    Press a payslip for further information.

  4. When looking at the details of your payslip, if you tap on the drop down arrow at the top, this shows more details.

    If you want to download your payslips, tap Share for your mobile sharing and saving options. For example you can save it to your phone, or email it to yourself.

Common queries about accessing payslips on the Sage HR app

The payslip I'm looking for isn't there

If you can't see the paslip you're looking for, check with your employer that it has been published. If they say they have published them, and you can't see them logging in via

Where does the payslip download to?

That is dependent on what you selected and the type of phone you have. You may have options to save it to your files on your phone, as well as share it via messenger, email, etc.

For example you could choose to email it to yourself.

Queries this guide answers

  • View my payslips

  • Where are my payslips?

  • How can I see my payslips?

  • Where do I find payslips?

  • View pay slips

  • Payslips on my phone

  • Access payslips on a phone

  • Download payslips

  • View my pay slip

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