Negative net pay definition and meaning
Negative net pay occurs when an employee owes more in deductions than earned wages. It happens when an employee’s total gross earnings for a period is less than the total of all taxes and voluntary or involuntary deductions.
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When an employee has negative net pay, their employer must reduce their deductions before processing payroll, so that the total of taxes and deductions are equal to the total gross pay for that period. There is no requirement for the net pay to be greater than zero.
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