How early direct deposit works
- Employer submits payroll files to the Federal Reserve to start the direct deposit process.
- The Federal Reserve then notifies Andrews Federal of the amount of money you should receive with that deposit post.
- We go ahead and deposit your money in your checking account when we receive the direct deposit notification.
- For most Friday paydays, we get the alert from the Federal Reserve on Wednesday, so you may get your money faster than your co-workers.*
How to sign up for early direct deposit
Setting up your direct deposit is easy! Go to your employer or government agency’s online portal and enter your Andrews Federal Bank Account number, type of account, and routing number. You can find that information in the Andrews Federal app by tapping on your account details. Otherwise, you could directly provide your Andrews Federal Bank Account information to your HR department or government agency for processing.
Available for more than your paycheck
Early direct deposit is available for paychecks, military benefits, and regular Social Security and Social Security disability checks