There are many good rea­sons to automat­ing your com­mis­sions, espe­cial­ly in times of eco­nom­ic uncer­tain­ty.

What are the advantages of setting up direct deposits?

  • Tim­ing. With direct deposit, you receive your com­mis­sions on the 10th  of the month, every month. This pre­dictable sched­ule helps you more accu­rate­ly plan your finances. Rather than wait­ing for checks to arrive and clear, you’ll always know when the mon­ey reach­es your account.
  • Con­ve­nience. Make reg­u­lar trips to the bank a thing of the past. Direct deposit saves you dri­ving time, traf­fic stress, poten­tial mail delays and long ATM lines. Besides, what’s eas­i­er than auto­mat­ic?
  • Secu­ri­ty. In case of mishap, learn­ing what went wrong with a direct deposit is as sim­ple as call­ing or email­ing your finan­cial insti­tu­tion. Direct elec­tron­ic trans­fers make stolen let­ters, mail delays and incor­rect deliv­er­ies a thing of the past.

How to sign up for direct deposit

If you’re inter­est­ed in direct deposit, it’s sim­ple to set up. Log in to your online account. Then go to the Busi­ness Infor­ma­tion tab and then the Pay­ment Infor­ma­tion tab. Your pay­ments will be sent direct­ly to your account by the 10th busi­ness day of the month.

If you’d rather, fill out the direct deposit form (PDF, 90 KB) and scan a void­ed check. Save the com­plet­ed form, then send both to