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We do not accept cash deposits. If you have an ATM card, many ATM machines owned by other financial institutions will accept your cash deposits.
The Deposit section of the statement is intended to show only deposits you make through the mail. All other deposits will appear in the ATM or Miscellaneous Debits and Credits section of your statement.
Direct Deposit is an electronic payment deposited directly to your checking or savings account. Types of payments deposited can include payroll, employee expense reimbursement, government benefits, tax and other refunds, and annuities and interest payments. It includes any ACH credit payment from a business or government to an individual.
There is no charge for direct deposits.
For payroll, companies typically issue a dated payment stub that is identical to a paper check stub, or provide employees access to an online service that shows the amount and the date of the deposit, as well as tax and other withholding information. You can also verify your deposit through our Online Banking tool or contact us at 800.650.5904.
Your money is generally available to you at the start of business on the day of the deposit.
You may have the option of splitting the deposit between one or more checking or savings accounts. Ask your employer or the company that sent the payment about this option.
Should this occur, simply notify your employer or the company that sent the payment.
Check with your employer (or other payor, such as Social Security) for information on how to sign up.
If you have a problem, simply contact your employer or the company that issued the payment.
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Tax forms for the prior tax year are mailed to the address on file for the account no later than January 31st. The 1099-INT form is used to report interest of $10 or more. Learn More