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Direct Deposit

Direct Deposit

The fast, safe, convenient, and most secure
way to receive your pay each pay period.

As with most programs offered by AdvanStaff HR, direct deposit is offered at the discretion of your worksite employer. If you do not see the option to enroll in direct deposit when visiting the employee portal, it may not be offered by your employer.

AdvanStaff HR is pleased to offer direct deposit the best way to receive your pay each pay-period. There are MANY benefits to direct deposit.

Benefits to direct deposit:

  • Convenience. No more trips to the bank to make a deposit
  • Fast access to funds. No more waiting for funds to “clear” the bank. Your paycheck is deposited on payday and immediately available.
  • Secure. Paychecks get lost, stolen, misplaced, damaged, etc. With direct deposit, you funds are deposited securely into your account. A paystub is available for download via the employee portal.
  • Flexible. You can spit up your deposit into many accounts or even multiple banks.

No bank account? No problem.

AdvanStaff HR offers a free bank payroll debit card that can be used to receive funds in lieu of a bank account.

Access your paycheck easier, faster, and securely with the convenience of a bank account. No more trips to the bank.

Adjustments can be made at any time. Just keep in mind that new bank accounts with take 7-10 business days for pre-notification with your bank for payroll safety security purposes.

Getting Started with Direct Deposit

At the time of hire you will be given the opportunity to enroll in direct deposit through the new hire process. After that, you can update your direct deposit preferences at any time.

Start by logging into your employee account in the Employee Portal.

Navigate to “Pay” -> “Direct Deposit” -> Follow the on-screen instructions

Options to chose how much to deposit:

  • Percentage – this is when you would like to have a percentage of your check go into one account or possibly into multiple! You can do a small amount like 5% or a large amount like 75%.
  • Fixed – this is when you would like to have a certain FIXED amount of money be deposited into your account on pay day. Let’s say you would like to have $100 go into a savings account or even a separate checking account, this is how you would execute that easily. It is also helpful if you would like to avoid the hassle of transferring into different accounts on pay day.
  • Remainder – this often confuses employees. This is either if you would like your FULL check to go into one account or when you have other account(s) on file and don’t want to possibly miscalculate. You may have an extra account like the fixed example above but don’t know how much you will be getting paid each pay period, so this eliminates any confusion and just lets the remainder of the check go into the account listed.

That’s it!

A security confirmation will be sent to you notifying you that your information has been updated.