USPS Process Guide –
Chapter 9: Deductions –
H0BUI – Direct Deposit
You should have a direct deposit or paycard authorization form signed by the employee with verification of the routing and account numbers by the financial institution.
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 the setup/change is entered 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 a TINS effective date shows 7/25/XX and the final payroll processes on 7/22/XX, that employee's direct deposit does not take effect until the next payment.
Enter R or I in the
Note: If an employee chooses to deposit part of his or her pay into a savings account, the savings is still considered a deduction. The checking must still be entered as 100.00% because the system recognizes a checking “deduction” as net pay.
If a savings deduction already exists and the employee wants to add a checking deduction, or vice versa, then you may change the
If the employee chose the paycard for direct deposit of net pay, it can only be set up as a checking account.
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Press Enter to process the transaction.
Note: A message appears, instructing you to press Enter to update. Press Enter again to process the transaction completely. Entry on this screen will set up deduction number 69 (savings) and/or 70 (checking) on H0ZUC).