ipay.adp.com/iPay/login.jsf is the page where you get to log into the ADP iPay statements service. This is the page you are automatically taken to, when you enter the main ADP iPay service web address: that is, www.ipay.adp.com. So the first step that you have to take, before you can access your ADP iPay statements, is that of logging in — with ipay.adp.com/iPay/login.jsf being the page where you actually get to log in.
The three major page sections at iPay Login page
The ADP iPay login page has three major sections, namely:
- The main login section: the main and most important feature here is the button labeled ‘login.’ This is the button you have to click on, in order to access the dynamically-generated ADP iPay login form. The fact that we are saying that is the ADP iPay login page doesn’t mean you will find a form where you can enter a username or a password, when you access the page. Rather, you will have to click on the said ‘login’ button, for the form to be automatically generated, there and then. This is arguably a login procedure that is superior to what we have traditionally had. The other notable features in this main login section are the links. One of those is the link to initiate username recovery, in case you have forgotten your ADP iPay username. The other one is the link to initiate the password recovery procedure, in case you have forgotten your ADP iPay password. Lastly, there is a ‘register now’ link, which you click on if you are new to the ADP iPay service, and you need to register so that you can start using it.
- The information center section: here, you find a link labeled “can’t log in?” which you can click on, if you are having ADP iPay login difficulties, to access the login support page. There is also a ‘security settings’ link, which you can click on, if you need information on the security settings that are recommended if you want to view your ADP iPay statements with easy and in a secure manner.
- The latest information section: this is where the folks behind the ADP iPay statements service post important notices, from time to time.
www.ipay.adp.com is the page where you can access ADP iPay statements. The initials ADP in this context stand for Automatic Data Processing, which is one of the biggest payroll service providers in the United States. The ADP iPay statements you can access at iPay can be useful in many situations including:
- If you want to figure out how much you have been paid within a given time duration: this can be crucial, if you want to reconcile your earnings with your expenditure, in order to figure out where your money is going.
- If you want to prepare your tax documents: your payroll income statement is essential, if you are to prepare your income tax returns in the right way.
- If you want to apply for a loan: some lenders may demand a payroll income statement, before making a decision on whether or not to lend you.
- If you want to plan your finances better: a starting point in this process would be that of accessing your payroll income statement, and ipay.adp.com is the place where you can get such a statement anytime you wish. That is, of course, if your employer is one of those that make use of ADP’s payroll services.
The structure of www.ipay.adp.com
The page you land on, upon entering www.ipay.adp.com into your browser, is a rather bare one. That is because, in actual fact, it is the login page – and as we all know, login pages tend to be simply ‘form pages’ where people are only required to enter credentials (typically username and passwords). What is unique about iPay ADP homepage as a login page is, however, the fact that there is no form on it! What you find on the page is a series of links and a button labeled ‘login.’ So, how do you log into the site, in order to access your ADP iPay statements? Well, all you need to do is click on the button labeled ‘login’ and a (dynamically generated) form will come up as a pop-up, where you can enter your username and your password. If those are correct, you will be redirected to a page where you can find your statement. It would seem that the folks behind the ADP iPay application have created it in this way to enhance security. That is because the traditional approach of having login forms already rendered on the login page when one accesses it opens the door for security vulnerabilities.
Functions you can perform at iPay ADP Site
As already noted, one of the major functions you can perform at iPay Site is that of logging into the ADP iPay system, in order to access your payroll statements.
Another function you can perform on this page is that of initiating your password recovery process, in case you happen to have lost your iPay Login password.
Yet another function you can perform on the said function is that of recovering your username, in case you happen to have lost/forgotten it.