Salvation Army Pay Stubs & W2s

Salvation Army Pay Stubs & W2s

The Salvation Army is an international charity with regional headquarters. Founded in 1855 in London, England, the organization now exists in 131 countries. The Salvation Army has churches in 131 countries around the world, also known as the Corps. The organization has charity shops or stores in several countries, such as “Thrift Store” in the United States, “Sally Ann” in Canada, “Salvos Stores” in Australia, and “Sally” in New Zealand. Many charitable activities are carried out by raising money through these stores, such as children’s summer camps, Silvercrest shelters, and adult day care centers. In all of these charity shops or stores, many work only for rehabilitation, as many workers get houses and food to live well instead of being paid. One of the traditions of this organization is the army’s doctrine. For example, the personnel is given the minister’s title to someone with the rank of officer, soldier, lieutenant, etc., for other workers. This article is not intended to discuss the Salvation Army’s history but discuss how their personnel can access pay-stubs and annual tax forms online. So I’m going to go straight to the main topic discussion.

  • How to access Pay Stubs & W2s

Employees serving in the Salvation Army of Canada and the United States can access their pay-stub and annual tax form from the web portal of a payroll processing organization called Ultipro. The instructions are discussed step by step below. If any inconsistency is observed, please let me know by writing in the comment box. Any of your comments are very valuable to me.

  • Step 1 – If you want to access Ultipro for the first time, send an email with the first and last part of your name, employee ID, and Corps or store, hotel, or where you work to the email ID at the service desk of your regional headquarters. For example, you are Mr. X, your ID number is 123456, and Sally Anne employs in Canada, you will send an email in the following manner-

Email to

Firstname_lastname= mr_x

Employee ID: 123456


  • Step 2 – Once the email is sent, you will have to wait for a reply. Many times you may have to wait up to two days for a reply email. Basically, the return email gives you a temporary password. Your user ID is As discussed in the first step, Mr. X’s user ID will be
  • Step 3 – Now, you need to go to My Army Self Service Portal. The link is given in the staff or pay and benefits menu of your regional site. If you are a Canadian worker like Mr. X, go to And login with a user ID and temporary password.
  • Step 4 – In this step, you need to change your temporary password. Choose a strong password of your choice.
  • Step 5 – Once you have altered your password, go to My Army’s home page. Scroll down from there and click on the Ultipro app. This will take you to the Ultipro web site without any additional login.
  • Step 6 – Click on the “Myself” menu in your Ultipro account. Under it are Pay-Stub and W-2 sub-menus. From which you can download or print your pay-stub and annual tax form.

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