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Acerca de Directa a su Cuenta®

La campaña activa de Directo A Su Cuenta® ha concluido, pero GoDirect.gov sigue siendo un recurso operado por el Oficina de Servicio Fiscal del Tesoro para la inscripción de los pagos de beneficios federales al depósito directo. Durante años, el Departamento del Tesoro ha realizado pagos de beneficios federales de forma electrónica y ahora requiere que todos los beneficiarios elijan una opción de pago electrónico para recibir sus beneficios.

A partir del 1 de marzo de 2013, si recibe o está solicitando estos beneficios federales, la ley le exige que según la regulación federal 31 CFR PARTE 208 reciba pagos mediante depósito directo en su cuenta bancaria o cooperativa de crédito o en una tarjeta de débito Direct Express® Mastercard® 

  • Seguro Social
  • Seguridad de Ingreso Suplementario (SSI)
  • Departamento de Asuntos de los veteranos
  • Junta de Jubilación para Ferroviarios
  • Oficina de Administración de Personal o Servicio Civil
  • Departamento del Trabajo

Además, hay muchas ventajas al cambiar a pagos electrónicos:

  • Más seguro, más fácil
    Los pagos electrónicos proporcionan una manera más segura, conveniente y rentable para que las personas obtengan sus beneficios federales que los cheques en papel. De hecho, los beneficiarios tienen más probabilidades de tener un problema con un cheque en papel que con un pago electrónico.
  • Más conveniente
    Cuando las personas reciben pagos electrónicamente, no necesitan visitar una institución financiera para cobrar o depositar un cheque para obtener acceso a su dinero. Esto es particularmente importante para las personas mayores o discapacitadas, o que no tienen acceso al transporte. No se requiere ninguna cuenta bancaria ni verificación de crédito para la tarjeta de débito Mastercard® de Direct Express®. No hay cargos por inscribirse en la tarjeta, no hay cargos mensuales ni cargos por sobregiro. Simplemente use la tarjeta para pagar las compras diarias y evite la necesidad de cambiar un cheque o llevar grandes cantidades de efectivo. O, si simplemente prefiere una tarjeta de débito prepaga, la tarjeta Direct Express® es una opción de pago electrónico segura, gratuita y de bajo costo.
  • Ahorro del contribuyente
    Esta medida también proporciona ahorros significativos para los contribuyentes estadounidenses que ya no incurrirán en los costos asociado con los cheques de papel.

    Tenga en cuenta que solo puede convertir su pago en depósito directo utilizando una cuenta bancaria personal o una cooperativa de crédito en este sitio.
    Sin embargo, también puede inscribir su pago en una tarjeta de débito Mastercard® de Direct Express® llamando al Centro de Pago Electrónico de la Tesorería de los Estados Unidos al 1-877-874-6347.

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Beginning of help description tool-tip. It begins with a heading 5 called “Bank Account Number”. Required field.
Bank Account Number

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The bank account number can be found in the lower left-hand section, to the right of the bank routing number.

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Beginning of help description tool-tip. It begins with a heading 5 called “Bank Account Number”. Required field.
Bank Account Number

See the example image.

The bank account number can be found in the lower left-hand section, to the right of the bank routing number.

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Beginning of help description tool-tip. It begins with a heading 5 called “Bank Routing Number”. Required field.
Bank Routing Number

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The routing number can be found in the lower left-hand section.

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Beginning of help description tool-tip. It begins with a heading 5 called “Bank Account Number”. Required field.
Bank Account Number

See the example image.

The bank account number can be found in the lower left-hand section, to the right of the bank routing number.

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Beginning of help description tool-tip. It begins with a heading 5 called “Bank Account Number”. Required field.
Bank Account Number

See the example image.

The bank account number can be found in the lower left-hand section, to the right of the bank routing number.

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Beginning of help description tool-tip. It begins with a heading 5 called “Bank Routing Number”. Required field.
Bank Routing Number

See the example image.

The routing number can be found in the lower left-hand section.

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Beginning of help description tool-tip. It begins with a heading 5 called “Check Number”. Required field.
Check Number

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The check number can be found in the upper right-hand section.

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Beginning of help description tool-tip. It begins with a heading 5 called “Claim Number”. Required field.
Claim Number

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The claim number can be found on a Medicare card or 1099 form.

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Beginning of help description tool-tip. It begins with a heading 5 called “Payment Amount”. Required field.
Payment Amount

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The amount can be found directly below the check number.

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Beginning of help description tool-tip. It begins with a heading 5 called “Benefit Recipient First Name”. Required field.
Benefit Recipient First Name

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The first name can be found in the “Pay To The Order” section.

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Beginning of help description tool-tip. It begins with a heading 5 called “Benefit Recipient Middle Name”. Only required if present on check.
Checking Account Number

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The middle name immediately follows the first name.

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Beginning of help description tool-tip. It begins with a heading 5 called “Benefit Recipient Last Name”. Required field.
Checking Account Number

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The last name immediately follows the first name or middle name when present.

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Beginning of help description tool-tip. It begins with a heading 5 called “Benefit Recipient Suffix”. Only required if present on check.
Checking Account Number

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The suffix immediately follows the last name.

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Beginning of help description tool-tip. It begins with a heading 5 called “Representative Payee”. Only required if present on check.
Representative Payee

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The Representative Payee is the proceeding name before the Benefit Recipient's name.

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Beginning of help description tool-tip. It begins with a heading 5 called “Benefit Recipient Address”. Required field.
Benefit Recipient Address

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The address can be found directly under the Benefit Recipient's name.

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Beginning of help description tool-tip. It begins with a heading 5 called “International Addresses”. Optional field.
International Addresses

Is this an international address?

SSA recipients check here to denote this is an international address if you live outside of the U.S., Puerto Rico, or a U.S. Territory.

NOTICE: Go Direct can only enroll payments with International addresses for recipients of Social Security benefits. If you receive any other benefit payment type and reside internationally, or do not have an account with a U.S. bank or credit union, you may not enroll online through Go Direct. For more information on how to complete your international enrollment please click here. More information...

Social Security recipients:

If you live outside the United States but do not have an account with a U.S. bank or credit union you may write the Social Security Administration at: Social Security Administration Office of International Operations P.O. Box 17775 Baltimore, Maryland 21235-7775 for more information on international payment options. Or visit them online at:

http://www.socialsecurity.gov/pubs/10137.html or
http://www.socialsecurity.gov/foreign/

Veterans Compensation and Pension recipients:

If you live outside the United States and want to sign up for direct deposit please contact the VA at: http://www.vba.va.gov/bln/21/foreign/forfaq.htm

Office of Personnel Management (Civil Service) benefit recipients:

Retirees, annuitants, and survivor annuitants already receiving benefits, but living outside the United States that want to sign up for direct deposit please contact the Office of Personnel Management (Civil Service) by calling1 (888) 767-6738.

Railroad Retirement Board:

Recipients already receiving Railroad Retirement (RRB) benefits, but living outside the United States that want to sign up for direct deposit please contact the nearest Railroad Retirement Board office or call the Railroad Retirement Board at 1-877-772-5772. For instructions on International Direct Deposits visit RRB online at:

http://www.rrb.gov/PandS/IDD.asp or download the International Direct Deposit Form
http://www.rrb.gov/pdf/PandS/OF_1199I.pdf

Department of Labor benefit recipients:

A toll-free number has been designated for each of the nine Division of Coal Mine Workers' Compensation district offices. Visit the Department of Labor web site. For a list of district offices and their phone numbers.

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Beginning of help description tool-tip. It begins with a heading 5 called “Corporation Acting As Representative Payee”. Only required if acting as representative payee.
Corporation Acting As Representative Payee

Check this option if you represent a corporation which is acting as a representative payee.