Anyone any idea what GPD is on a payslip?
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My hubby has checked this months payslip and he's got a GPD payment of a couple of hundred pounds. It's in the description as Gross Public Debt, but we're not sure what it's for. Just wondered if anyone could shed any light?
Starting again and working towards our new df life!
A very proud forces wife
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Is your hubby registered on armynet? I find it is the best way to access any admin info I need from my home computer. You can register to use the site as well so long as he agrees.
big pain in the !!!! if its a mistake. but it could easily be over payment or a fine or summit i guess.
Its really hard to tell from the JPA screen of whats being deducted from the monthly pay run, as it does not tell you everything.
What pretty much happens is that if you were to go away, (say 1st - 20th July) then the allowance would be paid for the whole month, then the following month they would deduct the time you were not away (21st - 31st July) and show it up as GPD.
This deduction would be shown up on the JPA screen in a basic form, but the real information is on the paper pay slip due in the post.
It's just a bit strange when you're expecting the overpayment to go out, but it doesn't. Just worried it's going to keep kicking over until Decemeber and going to make it a very long month. Hubby's off to admin on Monday to get them to check it. Thanks again x