The difference between Direct Deposit and Payroll Deduction

Direct deposit is a service provided by your employer that enables you to have your net paycheck automatically deposited each payday into your WSECU checking or savings account.

Payroll deduction is a service that allows you to allocate part of your paycheck to be automatically credited to a WSECU account that you are the primary signer on. Payroll deduction is directed by your Social Security Number and can be initiated through your employer.

How do I set up Direct Deposit or Payroll Deduction?

Contact your employer's payroll department. They can provide you with any forms necessary to begin.

Many employers will require a voided check or deposit slip to set up direct deposit or payroll deduction. If you don't have checks or deposit slips, give us a call at 800.562.0999 or visit your nearest branch and we can help.