Early Payroll Deposit

FedChoice is doing early payroll deposit, and that means you can get paid up to two days early. So you no longer have to wait until payday to have access to your money. 

Here's the good news - if you already have direct deposit or a payroll allotment, all you have to do is sit back and watch your funds roll in up to two days earlier! Nothing to sign up for, nothing to change, this is just one more benefit of membership with FedChoice!

If you don't have direct deposit with us and would like early access to your funds, now is the time to switch! All you need is the FedChoice Routing Number (254074785) and your 10-digit account number. You can find your base account number by logging into eBanking(Opens in a new window). Then, simply take a look at this document(Opens in a new window) for more information on how to find the full 10-digit number to set your deposit into the desired account. Use direct deposit or payroll allotment to send your paychecks or a portion of it directly to FedChoice.

If you're not familiar with the process for setting it up, check out our Direct Deposit & Payroll Allotment page(Opens in a new window) for more details.

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Wednesday, May 12, 1pm-2pm - The Debt Free Journey - GreenPath will discuss some of the options available to get out of debt, identify some key differences, and weigh the pros and cons of each. How do you know which is right for you? Learn how to advocate for yourself on your journey to becoming debt free. Go to the FedChoice website to register.
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