Direct Deposit for Payroll

Need Help?

Contact Payroll Services (513-529-6223) for assistance.

Direct deposit removes the need for paper paychecks, allowing Miami to pay your bank account directly. You must set up a direct deposit account for your paycheck (and may list up to three accounts).

At any time, you may set up and review your allocation amounts or change your banking information in BannerWeb. Changes should be made at least 7 working days before a pay date to be effective for that pay date.

Banking Allocation

To access your banking allocations for review and/or changes, do the following:

  1. Go to BannerWeb
  2. On the Employee Services Online tab, select Pay Information, and then Payroll Direct Deposit Allocation.
  3. Click the Update Payroll Direct Deposit link (located toward the bottom of the page).
  4. Review the bulleted information on the authorization agreement page and click the Proceed to the Update Page button.
  5. Complete the Two-Factor Authentication Process to proceed to the update page.

You can now edit your current allocation by adding a new bank account, editing existing accounts, or deactivating an account.

Adding a New Bank Account

To add a new account, carefully add the following information in the "Add Payroll Direct Deposit Allocation" section:

  1. In the Bank Routing Number and Account Number fields, enter the appropriate information.
    • If a "Invalid bank routing number" error appears, verify the routing number on your check. If the error message still appears, contact Payroll Services (513-529-6223).
    • Do not enter debit card numbers or check numbers.
    • Routing numbers that begin with "5" are not valid for direct deposit.
  2. Choose Account Type.
  3. If the account will receive a percentage or fixed amount of earnings, enter that information in the Amount or Percent field.
    Note: If you have multiple accounts, one account (set as your lowest priority) will have the Remaining Amount box checked and the others (set to higher priorities) will have percentages that do not add up to 100%.
  4. Select Add Allocation to add the account.

Once you have made your changes, select Submit Change.

Edit or Deactivate an Existing Bank Account

Click the name of the account you want to modify and do one of the following:

  • Edit the appropriate fields (e.g., routing and account numbers, account types, etc.).
  • Deactivate the account by checking the box next to Inactivate.

Once you have made your changes, select Submit Change.

Saving Your Changes

Once you are finished with any changes, you must select Save Allocation, which will return you to the "Payroll Direct Deposit Allocation" page. Note the check box indicating that changes have been saved.

You will also receive an email message confirming your changes.