1 Funds from payroll-related direct deposits may be made available up to two days early. Early access to payroll deposits applies to the direct deposit of funds from your employer. Employer direct deposits vary and, as a result, it is not possible to guarantee early access to your pay. Factors that will affect this include the sender’s deposit description used and the timing of their submission of deposit. In order to provide this service, we generally post such deposits on the business day we receive notice that the deposit is scheduled, which may be up to two (2) business days earlier than the payer’s scheduled payment date. In general, benefit checks (direct deposit or otherwise) from the federal or state government will not be eligible for early access based on the parameters we use. As an example, benefits that generally would not receive early access include but are not limited to unemployment, retirement, pension, civil service, railroad retirement and veteran’s payments.
2 Early access to tax refund direct deposits depends on deposit description and timing of government’s submission of deposit. We generally post such deposits on the business day they are received, which may be up to three business days earlier than the scheduled payment date. Early access is not guaranteed.
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