What is bi-weekly pay?

Bi-weekly pay

Bi-weekly pay refers to payments that are made every other week, usually on a specific day of the week.

What’s the difference between bi-weekly and semi-monthly pay?

Bi-weekly and semi-monthly pay are similar, but there are key differences. Semi-monthly pay is paid out on two specific dates per month (e.g.,. the 7th and the 21st) whereas bi-weekly is paid out on a specific day every other week (e.g., every second Friday).

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