Employees may request direct deposit enrollment, changes or cancellations.
Yes, you can have up to eight different savings or checking accounts in one or more financial institutions. You can even change the amount that goes in each account. However, the distribtion of funds for loans, mortgages and other transactions must be arranged with your financial institution.
Yes, however, the joint account holder must also sign the enrollment form.
You would submit a new enrollment form to cancel direct deposit for one or all of your accounts. It is important to keep both accounts open until the new account begins to receive your salary.
Submit a new enrollment form to cancel direct deposit for one or all of your accounts. It is important to keep all accounts open until the change takes effect.
You may contact your financial institution about any banking transactions.
It depends. If you transfer from one state agency to another agency without a break in service, direct deposit may continue. If you go on leave without pay (LWOP), have a break in service when going to another agency, or leave state service entirely, direct deposit may discontinued. Please contact your Personnel Office to confirm your direct deposit status.