How do I pay employees with direct deposit from Bank A and the other employees with direct deposit from Bank B?

Our company pays different employees from two separate bank accounts. We want to switch to direct deposit but I can't figure out how to do it.

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Thank you for posting here in the Community, icchamber.

I understand that having multiple direct deposit bank accounts would be helpful for you. Let me provide you information with setting up direct deposit.

The feature to set up two different banks to pay your employees through direct deposit is still unavailable in QuickBooks Online. It will only allow you to set up one direct deposit bank account per company file. This is also to avoid confusion in the system.

Also, please take note to only use a standard checking account for your direct deposit funding account. It'll also be best to request a voided check or use Authorization provided in your account to ensure that you have the proper account and routing information from your employees.

Here's more information about setting up your bank and employees for direct deposit:

That should do it. If you have any other questions or would like me to clarify anything else in setting your direct deposit, let me know. I am always glad to help in any way I can.​ Have a wonderful week.

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