USPS Process Guide –
Chapter 4: Employee Maintenance –
H0BUI – Updating Direct Deposit Information
|Prerequisites:||Direct Deposit Authorization Form|
Note: When a direct deposit transaction is entered (new or changed), TINS is required to run a test deposit before it transmits into that account from a final payroll run. This requires a three-day waiting period (known as prenote) from the date you enter the setup/change until it becomes effective. The effective date of deposit, as found on TINS, refers to the payroll processing date, not the payment date. Therefore, if your TINS effective date shows 7/25/XX and your final payroll processes on 7/22/XX, that employee’s direct deposit does not take effect until the next payment.
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Note: If an employee chooses to deposit part of his or her pay into a savings account, the savings is still considered a deduction and the checking must still be entered as 100.00 percent because the system recognizes a checking “deduction” as net pay.
|3|| Enter the following fields as required:
Press Enter to process the transaction.
Note: A message displays, instructing you to press Enter to update USPS. Press Enter again to process the transaction completely.
Note: Once a final payroll is approved on HSCU3, changes to direct deposit information are not allowed. If a change is required before the payroll is processed, disapprove the payroll on HSCU3, enter the changes and re-approve the payroll on HSCU3.