Pay

Floating

Newbie
I left the Navy on 29th March, just checked my payslip on Defence Gateway and it says getting paid nothing this month. Is that correct? I thought I'd get something as i left after March's cut off date. Might be being thick, any help would be appreciated
Cheers!
 

Floating

Newbie
How many days did you get paid last month?
It may be they paid you until the 29th.
I got paid in March the exact same as i did in February and January and months before.

On the April wage slip it doesn't have a basic pay column it's as if it's been missed off.
 

redmonkey

Lantern Swinger
Book Reviewer
If you left on 29th March why would you be paid for April?
Unless your TX date is April and you are on terminal leave.
 

Floating

Newbie
If you left on 29th March why would you be paid for April?
Unless your TX date is April and you are on terminal leave.
Just with the cut off date, like i said i might be being stupid.

I always thought the cut off date for pay which is usually around 16th-20th is what they calculated your wage off. So for example your wage that you get paid for is from the cut off date in say February to the cut off date in March. So i just thought i was owed money from whenever the cut off date was in March up until the 29th March.

Sorry if that makes no sense haha
 

redmonkey

Lantern Swinger
Book Reviewer
No. Monthly pay so you get paid per calendar month.
As your pay was the same in Jan, Feb and March they have paid for the full month.

I am not a writer so I may be incorrect.
See if you get paid anything at the end of the month.
 

Floating

Newbie
No. Monthly pay so you get paid per calendar month.
As your pay was the same in Jan, Feb and March they have paid for the full month.

I am not a writer so I may be incorrect.
See if you get paid anything at the end of the month.
You sound right to be fair and that makes sense. Thanks for replying mate
 
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