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If you would like your paycheck to be deposited directly into your bank account by your employer, so that you do not have to deposit it yourself, you can ask your employer to do that. (You will have to provide a void check, so that the employer knows which account to use.) Many companies, but not all companies, do this for their employees. Even if your employer does not currently offer this option, perhaps a new procedure can be introduced for the convenience of everyone. You can suggest it.

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