I have a situation where I believe I was supposed to be paid
$1,000 more than what I actually was paid during the year. While it's not a huge amount of money it still would have been nice. I've been looking back through my paychecks to try and see if I did get the money or not but I'm having trouble telling.
I currently get paid $35,000 - but we agreed on $36,000 at the interview. I get paid in the middle of the month ( 15th or so ) once, except the first month whenever I was only paid half. Over the 11 months my paychecks have a Salaried Wages rate of
$2,916.6700 and the last paycheck I received for the year has a gross pay
$33,541.71. If I assume that I only get paid half for the last half of the month, then that seems to hit the mark of
$35,000 and if I multiply the Salaried Rate * 12 I get
$35,000.04 which is right. So currently it definitely seems like I did not get paid my $1,000 as agreed upon.
On the other-hand, if I take my
Total YTD +
Total Withholdings ( $33,541.71 + $6,731.94 ) = $40273.65 - which seems flawed but I'm not 100% sure.
Now if I take what get's deposited into my bank each month ( since the January to December ) + my
Total Withholdings I get 33,541.71. So it seems like all of the arrows point to
$35,000 unless I'm completely missing something. Does my logic seem correct? Is there a sure-fire way to know? Am I missing anything?