How are e-Reimbursement Payments Received?

Employees

e-Reimbursement payments are made using the same method as the employee’s paycheck (e.g. Direct Deposit, paper check), but are received as separate transactions.  If receiving a Direct Deposit, e-Reimbursement payments will be sent to the same account (e.g. checking, savings)  as the payroll check by default.  If receiving a paper check, the payment will be mailed to the employee’s business address.  All payments are made within three to five business days after final approval.  Reimbursement payment information is accessible in e-Reimbursement, but will not be displayed in MyUW. 

Note: To request a change in payment method, employees may submit the Authorization for Direct Deposit of Payroll form to their payroll department.

Non-Employees

e-Reimbursement payments are made via paper check and mailed to the address provided on the e-Reimbursement Non-Employee Profile Setup Form.  To request a change to the non-employee’s address, please see How to Make Changes to an Existing e-Reimbursement Profile for a Non-Employee.  Payments are made within three to five business days after final approval.  See How to View e-Reimbursement Payment Information.