Direct Deposit. If you have arranged to have a direct deposit made to your account at least once every 60 days from the same source and you do not receive a receipt (such as a pay stub), you can find out whether or not the deposit has been made by calling (000) 000-0000. This does not apply to transactions occurring outside the United States.
Direct Deposit. Upon instruction of (i) your employer, (ii) the Treasury Department or (iii) other financial institutions, the Credit Union will accept direct deposits of your paycheck or federal recurring payments, such as Social Security, to your share and/or share draft account. - Preauthorized Debits. Upon instruction, we will pay certain recurring transactions from your share and/or share draft account. - See Section 2 for transfer limitations that may apply to these transactions.
Direct Deposit. Employees shall be able to directly deposit their paychecks to any bank or savings and loan institution or credit union accepting such services. Employees shall be required to have their salaries paid via direct deposit to the financial institution of their choice. Direct deposits shall be deposited in no more than five (5) financial institutions. The District shall not withdraw funds from any of the above institutions on or after the effective date of a paycheck without the express written consent of the employee. (Note: Even though the withdrawal will be made prior to the effective date of the paycheck, an employee’s bank statement may reflect such transaction occurring on the effective date of the paycheck.) If funds are withdrawn prior to the effective date of the check, the employee will be notified in writing of the actual amount of the deposit if the amount is different from that printed on the remuneration statement on the effective date of the paycheck. The employee will be notified of the reasons for the adjustment within three (3) working days of the effective date of the paycheck.
Direct Deposit. GRANTEE may make a written request to the OAG to be placed on Direct Deposit status by completing and submitting to the OAG the State Comptroller’s Direct Deposit Authorization Form. After the direct deposit request is approved by the OAG and the setup is completed on the Texas Identification Number System by the State Comptroller’s Office, payment will be remitted by direct deposit and the OAG will discontinue providing GRANTEE with copies of reimbursement vouchers.
Direct Deposit. Each Employer shall offer direct deposit of paychecks. Such direct deposit shall be voluntary for employees of Amicable, Chesterfield and Concerned Citizens, and will require authorization by each participating employee. Direct deposit for employees of Korean Women’s Association shall required, provided an employee may elect to receive a debit card instead. All payments in an electronic payroll system will be made by direct deposit (or by debit card payment for employees without bank accounts). Pay stubs will be maintained and distributed in an electronic format, to any employees who desires electronic communication, employees who do not indicate they wish such communication shall receive their printed payroll statement mailed to their home address. Korean Women’s Association shall provide computer access at each of its offices for employees to access their pay records. This computer access shall be available on request, provided such requests occur during regular business hours. Any reference to “paycheck” in this Agreement for Korean Women’s Association shall mean the direct deposit (or debit card payroll payment) and/or the associated electronic payroll statement. In the event that the Union establishes a credit union or other financial institution during the term of this Agreement, each Employer agrees to facilitate institution of direct deposit of all paychecks through the Union’s designated credit union upon authorization from the employee(s).
Direct Deposit. Employees shall be able to directly deposit their paychecks to any bank or savings and loan institution or credit union accepting such services. Direct deposits shall be deposited in no more than five direct deposit accounts. Employees are required to have their salaries paid via direct deposit to the financial institution of their choice.
Direct Deposit. All long-term residents and all short-term residents transferred to long-term care may have their Net Available Monthly Income or NAMI (Social Security, pension benefits, etc.) deposited in the Facility’s account and/or their “personal income allowance” deposited in their personal account via electronic direct deposit. If you would like the Facility to assist you/the Resident in obtaining direct deposit of these income sources, please initial all that apply below. By initialing below you are agreeing to allow the Facility to become representative payee for direct deposit purposes. _ I wish to have my/the Resident’s Social Security Income directly deposited into the Facility’s account as Representative Payee. _ I wish to have my/the Resident’s Pension Income directly deposited into the Resident’s PNA account at the Facility and, if my/the Resident’s pension check cannot be directly deposited, then I wish to change the address so that such income check is physically sent to the Resident c/o the Facility’s address. (Specify Name of Pension benefit organization) _ _. _ I wish to have my/the Resident’s income directly deposited into the Resident’s PNA account at the Facility and, if my/the Resident’s income check cannot be directly deposited, then I wish to change the address so that such income check is physically sent to the Resident c/o the Facility’s address. (Specify Name of the income source) . I understand that the Facility will apply any income received towards my/the Resident’s NAMI obligation in accordance with applicable Social Services Law and regulations and/or towards my/the Resident’s anticipated NAMI obligation and that the Facility will deposit my/the Resident’s “personal income allowance” in my/the Resident’s personal account at the Facility. I understand that during the pendency of my/the Resident’s Medicaid application that the Resident’s “estimated” NAMI should be turned over to the Facility to be applied on the Resident’s account either via direct deposit as indicated above or by submitting a check for such income or by turning over such income checks on a monthly basis on or before the 5th day of the month. I understand that the Resident’s NAMI is determined by the applicable Department of Social Services and that the amount of such NAMI is subject to change upon the issuance of a budget. I understand that I/the Resident is/are responsible for any differences between the “estimated” NAMI and the actual budgeted NAMI. Similarly, credit bal...