Are You Taking Advantage of Direct Deposit?

Save time, as well as a trip to the bank, when depositing your next paycheck.

12/21/2015

Are You Taking Advantage of Direct Deposit?

Save a trip to the bank to deposit your payroll or government check. It’s easy to set up direct deposit with us. Not only will you save time, but having your check automatically deposited puts your money to work faster.


Direct Deposit of Payroll and Government Checks

Direct Deposit of your paycheck is the fastest, safest and most convenient way to get your wages into your checking or savings account. No more worrying about lost checks or delays if you are on vacation or out of town. Direct Deposit puts your money to work faster too.
 
Using Direct Deposit, your check is automatically and safely deposited into your account so you don't have to come in person to the bank. Then, on payday your money is right where you need it.
 
Direct Deposit eliminates mail delays and is safer.  Almost all mail theft takes place after mail is delivered and Direct Deposit erases this worry.  Direct Deposit can be used for your payroll checks, Social Security payments and other government checks.
 
Most employers make signing up for direct deposit of your payroll check easy.  Speak with your payroll or human resources department. Usually all you’ll need is your account number and North Shore Bank’s routing/ABA number, which is 275071356, and you can sign up in just a few minutes. For Social Security or other government payments, contact your local branch or get the form online.
 
Saving time, putting your money to work faster and eliminating the risk of theft and mail delays or another “trip to the bank” will make your financial life easier.

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