View Paycheck - The eLES

Introduction:

This section will guide you through the process to view your paycheck.   The information is similar to the data contained on the Leave and Earnings Statements (LES).

 

Servicing Personnel Offices can use the View Member's Paycheck (eLES) page to view the DA LES. They can continue to access the LES in the JUMPS system as well. Providing SPOs access to the View Member's Paycheck (eLES) allows the SPO the same view of pay information the member has and will aid the SPO when counseling members on pay issues.

Additional eLES/View Paycheck Resources

Accessing "View Paycheck":

Step

Description

1

Select  the View Paycheck link under the View column in the Employee self service box.

EmployeePathforViewPay

The system will show the most recent paycheck data. LES data for the current month and the previous 12 months are available in DA self-service.

2

Note: You can click the image below to view a larger size version. If you are using Internet Explorer, it will scale the image down to fit the window, click the Internet Explorer View Full Size Icon/Button button (which appears over the image in the lower, right-hand corner, to view the image full size.

Top half of view pay check

 

3

To view a paycheck from a prior pay period, click the Paycheck Selection link.  Select from the list of available paychecks.  The list is ordered by pay period end date.

les list

Note the Paycheck Selection link only lists the previous 12 months. If you need LES data, older than 12 months, contact your SPO.

4

Click the Comment Selection link.  Review the comments for the most recent paycheck.

Note: The View Paycheck/eLes page now includes access to the remarks/comments for the current month and the previous 12 months.

 

les comments

Note: You can click the image above to view a larger size version. If you are using Internet Explorer, it will scale the image down to fit the window, click the Internet Explorer View Full Size Icon/Button button (which appears over the image in the lower, right-hand corner, to view the image full size.

 

5

To perform another function, choose from the menu. 

  • If your mailing address is not correct on the View Paycheck page, follow the procedures in the Change Home or Mailing Address topic to updated it.

  • If you would like to change your federal income tax withholding, follow the procedures in the Change Federal Tax Information topic.

  • If you would like to change your state income tax withholding, follow the procedures in the Change State Tax Information topic.

  • If you would like to change the amount of your Thrift Savings Plan contribution, follow the procedures in the Thrift Savings Plan topic.

  • If you would like to start, stop or change an allotment or Savings Bond deduction, follow the procedures in the Allotments and Bonds Overview topic.

  • If any other information on the View Paycheck page is incorrect, contact your Servicing Personnel Office to coordinate update/correction.

To exit, press the Sign Out link located at the top of the page.

 

View Paycheck History Includes Current Month and the Previous 12 Months

In January 2011 the View Paycheck page was changed to include the comments/remarks for the previous 12 months, in addition to the remarks/comments for the current month. A total of 13 months LES data is retained in DA. If you need LES data, older than 13 months, contact your SPO.

View Paycheck includes leave balance

The View Paycheck functionality has been present in Direct Access for quite a while now.  During this period we have had many requests from our customers to include leave as part of this page.  We are following through with these requests and it will be included in the View Paycheck data starting with the end of month October statement.

 

Manually printed and mailed LES’s and other statements require high cost special paper, result in high mailing costs, require additional labor for distribution at units, and convey information largely available through Direct Access (DA). Customers often receive the information late compared to the posting of the electronic information, or even after receipt of their paycheck.

 

The Pay & Personnel Center (PPC) added fields reporting leave information,  as it appears on current LES, at the end of October 2009.

 

Now that "View Paycheck" is modified to include leave, DA provides each member electronic access to all LES information, almost exactly as it appears on the current hard copy LES. Members can view and/or print the page at will.

 

Servicing Personnel Offices can use the View Member's Paycheck (eLES) page to view the DA LES. They can continue to access the LES in the JUMPS system as well. Providing SPOs access to the View Member's Paycheck (eLES) allows the SPO the same view of pay information the member has and will aid the SPO when counseling members on pay issues.

Additional eLES/View Paycheck Resources

 

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