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View or change your direct deposit funding time

Learn how to find or update your direct deposit funding time in QuickBooks and Intuit Payroll.

Wondering when your workers will see funds in their accounts? Find your funding time to see how long it will take from when you submit your payroll to the day your employees or contractors receive their direct deposits.

What are the funding times?

Depending on your product, you have one of the following funding times.

QuickBooks Online Payroll

  • Same-day: Workers are paid the same day you send your payroll to us.
  • Next-day: Workers are paid the next banking day after you send your payroll to us.
  • 2-day: Workers are paid two banking days after you send your payroll to us.
  • 5-day: Workers are paid five banking days after you send your payroll to us.

QuickBooks Desktop Payroll and Intuit Online Payroll

If you're using Intuit Online Payroll or QuickBooks Online Payroll products, you have a 2-day funding time. Other funding times are currently not available.

Note: Don't know which payroll service you're using? Find out which payroll service you have.

How do I see my funding time?

If you're using QuickBooks Online Payroll, here's how to see your funding time.

  1. Select Settings ⚙️, then Payroll settings.
  2. Scroll to the Direct Deposit section. You'll see your funding time above your direct deposit limits.

If you're using Intuit Online Payroll or QuickBooks Desktop Payroll products, you have a 2-day funding time. Other funding times are currently not available.

How do I get a faster funding time?

If you're using Intuit Online Payroll or QuickBooks Desktop Payroll products, you can't change your funding time. The only funding time available is 2-day.

If you're using QuickBooks OnlineQuickBooks Payroll products, you can request a faster funding time online if you are on 5-day funding time. You'll need to provide 6 months of your most recent bank statements and can upload them with your request.The amount of money you deposit via direct deposit can be adjusted as a result.

Want to know more about direct deposit limit? Check out on what you can do if you hit a direct deposit limit.

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