PSA Payroll - Setup: (8) How to set up the employer and employee records for direct deposit

How to set up the employer and employee records for direct deposit


How to set up the employer record

How to set up the employee record



Set up the Employer Record


In the Payroll Module under Setup, Select Employer Info and enter the ACH Information required for processing your direct deposits.

  • Immediate Destination:  Typically the applicable Federal Reserve routing number. This routing number is the number for the clearinghouse where the ACH file will be sent.  Your bank will provide this information.
  • Immediate Origin: This is typically the routing of the bank from which payroll is paid.
  • Immediate Destination Name: Typically your bank's name
  • Immediate Origin Name: Typically your church's name.
  • Originating DFI Identification: Typically your bank's routing number minus the last digit.
  • Account Number: Your church's bank account number
  • Batch Number: The number in this field is generated by your software and indicates the total number of batches assigned by the system.
  • If your bank requires the debit in the ACH file mark the box to Include the debit in the file by default. 

Set up the Employee Record

In Payroll, go into the Employees page. Select each employee one at a time to set them up for direct deposit payroll.


  1. Select Direct Deposit
  2. Mark ACH File
  3. Distribute to Accounts By: Percentage/Amount (You may add as many accounts as the employee wants in this grid. The pay amount may be distributed by amount or percentage. If the employee is paid $500 and the distribute by type is amount with an amount of $400, the remainder will automatically distribute to the second account.
  4. Employee Bank Account Number, Employee Routing Number, Account Type, Pay Amount to be deposited into this account by percent or amount.
  5. Prenote date. To see how this is populated, see the article, How to file a pre-note for a direct deposit employee.


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