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Earning and Leave Statements (DA Form 5352)

Every payday Nonappropriated Fund (NAF) employees receive their Earning and Leave Statement (ELS) from NAF Financial Services (NFS). This is a very important document that has a wealth of information for every NAF employee. This statement lists employee data, current and year to date earnings/deductions, annual and sick leave information both current and cumulative, allotments, tax deductions and remarks for announcing special events related to payroll or benefits (e.g. Open Season, Use or lose leave deadlines, etc.) The back of the form has an explanation of the codes that are used on the front of the form. All employees should review their ELS each payday to ensure the information is correct and accurate. When an employee identifies a mistake on the ELS he or she should alert someone to the problem. Errors caught early are easier to correct. Employees should direct time and attendance errors to the clerk, at their activity, responsible for inputting the information into the system. Direct other errors related to benefits, allotments, etc. to the local NAF Personnel Office. The last ELS of the calendar year has information employees need to start completing their income tax return, while they wait for their W-2 to arrive. If an employee receives an ELS that cannot be read he or she should contact the activity payroll clerk and make them aware of the situation. They will get another ELS reissued.

BOTTOM LINE: Look over the ELS every payroll period!!! It's their money, their leave, and their benefits. They have worked hard for them, so protect them encourage employees to take a few minutes every two weeks to review their ELS. Keep them in a safe place, and don't throw them away they will never know if they will ever have to use them for something important in the future.

NEW SERVICE: MyPay will display employee's Nonappropriated Fund (NAF) Earnings and Leave Statements (ELS) on-line. MyPay is available to you seven days a week, 24 hours a day. The ability to terminate individual printing of the ELS is not currently available; therefore, employees will continue to receive a hard-copy statement each pay period. Access to myPay is via the internet at MyPay.

When an employee identifies a mistake on the ELS he or she should alert someone to the problem. Errors caught early are easier to correct. Employees should direct time and attendance errors to the clerk, at their activity, responsible for inputting the information into the system. Direct other errors related to benefits, allotments, etc. to the local NAF Personnel Office.

Content last reviewed: 5/9/2006-MF

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