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Employee Payroll Change Forms


Quickly document changes in payroll status with a ComplyRight™ printable payroll change notice

Easily track changes to an employee's pay and status including payroll job title and withholding rate with our Printable Employee Payroll Change Form. Plus it provides legal documentation in case of any disputes.


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  • Includes fields to collect all information necessary to revise and document changes to an employee's pay status
  • Printable format gives you access to your employee payroll change notice minutes after checkout
  • IncludesFREE tip sheet
  • Upon completion of your order, you can access your printable product from the Manage My Downloads section
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  • Please note that printable forms are not returnable

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  • Adobe Acrobat 5.0 or later is required for Fill & Save eForms

Old Item # AH0394, A400

You are required by various state and federal laws to retain your employee records for a certain amount of time — depending on the kind of record and how it was used.

Under federal law, payroll records must be retained for at least three years, and records relating to hiring, discipline and termination must be retained for at least one year from the date created or the relevant personnel action, whichever is later.