What should I do about my bank drafts?

Once the pay schedule is provided, you will need to review your monthly expenses and work with all of your lenders to adjust the withdrawal dates.  It is never to soon to begin putting back a savings for the transition.  Consider using some of your tax refund or longevity money for this purpose.

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1. When will biweekly payrolls begin?
2. When will I get paid?
3. What days will I be paid for?
4. What can I do now to help with the transition of getting paid every two weeks.
5. Will I get paid the same?
6. Do I need to notify my bank?
7. What should I do about my bank drafts?
8. For Public Safety Departments, how will fluctuating overtime be paid?
9. How will part time employees be paid when we transition to biweekly payroll?
10. Will timesheets change?
11. Do I need to notify my health or benefit providers about the change from monthly to bi-weekly payrolls?
12. For Sheriff & Detention Employees, how will my pay change?
13. For 401(k) deductions, will I need to make any change?
14. For Federal and State Withholding taxes, do I need to change anything?
15. What do I need to do if I have a 401(k) or a 457 loan?