We’re here to make switching direct deposit easy

You searched the job board, you wrote your resume, you did all the interviews, and now you have to figure out how you’re going to get paid. Direct deposit lets you get your money without a physical check, it saves both you and your employer time and money.

We created this site to help you set up direct deposit so you can get your paychecks wired straight into your account. You’re going to need access to your payroll portal and your own bank account to do this. Don’t have a bank account? Keep reading to find a bank that’s right for you.

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Finding a bank for you

If you don’t already have a bank account, it’s probably because you don’t want to get bogged down in all the different fees. Between maintenance fees, overdraft fees, service fees, and all the others, it sometimes seems like banks are charging you more than you even want to put in there! Fortunately, there are plenty of alternatives with almost no fees. Try looking up neobanks or digital banks and find the one that’s right for you.

Things to look out for:

Fees In General

All banks are required by law to list out all the fees they’ll charge you. Look up the name of the bank you’re interested in followed by “fees” in google and you'll know what to expect!


Some banks don’t allow overdrafts, some have free overdrafts, and some charge up to $40 each time you overdraft! Figure out what’s best for you then find a bank that offers this

Maintenance Fees / Service Fees / Inactivity Fees

Some banks require certain levels of activity otherwise they charge you a fee.Be sure to look up these three fees at any bank you’re interested in so you know what to expect!


You’re probably going to want to withdraw cash from your account at some point.Look up an ATM map for your bank before signing up so you can avoid pesky out-of-network ATM fees with your new account!