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How to set up direct deposit

Set up direct deposit

The fastest, safest way to deposit your paycheck

You can get a pre-filled direct deposit form or complete one yourself

Setting up Direct Deposit: You can get a pre-filled Direct Deposit form to give to your employer video Set up direct deposit. Find the info you need to start direct deposit with your employer in the Chase Mobile app video.Opens Overlay

Get your personalized pre-filled direct deposit form

  1. Sign in to chase.com or the Chase Mobile® app
  2. Choose the checking account you want to receive your direct deposit
  3. Navigate to 'Account services' by scrolling up in the mobile app or in the drop down menu on chase.com
  4. Click or tap on 'Set up direct deposit form'
  5. We've pre-filled your direct deposit form to save you time
  6. Download, print or email the form to your employer

Complete a direct deposit form yourself

  1. Download the form (PDF)
  2. Locate your 9-digit routing and account number - here's how to find them
  3. Fill in your other personal information
  4. Give the completed form to your employer

Common questions answered

Go to fiscal.treasury.gov/GoDirect to enroll.

  1. Complete the direct deposit form.
  2. Deliver the form and a voided check to your employer.
  3. If you’re eligible, your employer will deposit your paycheck directly into your account.
  4. Confirm the deposit each pay cycle by signing in to chase.com, the Chase Mobile® app or checking your account statement.
  • Your employer or depositor’s name and address
  • Your Employee ID or account number with depositor
  • Your account number
  • Your routing/ABA number

Direct deposit usually takes up to two pay cycles to kick in. However, it’s different for each employer. Please check directly with your employer for specific timing.

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