early paycheck

Early payday

Get paid up to two days early.

Pay day is a great day. But what if you could have your paycheck in your account up to two days early? You can, when you set up direct deposit.

Ready to get started?

Set up direct deposit with your employer or right from the Spruce app and you’re on your way. Here’s how it’s done:

  • Open the Spruce app.

  • Head to the settings menu and select “direct deposit.”

  • Follow the prompts to enroll in direct deposit for your employer or provider.

Sign up for direct deposit. You could get paid sooner.

Does this sound like something you could get on board with? To be eligible for early paycheck deposits, here’s all you need to do:

Receive any qualifying direct deposit. It can be a paycheck or even government benefits.

Continue to receive direct deposits of at least $200 every 35 days.

That’s it! You’ll continue to receive your direct deposits early as long as you remain eligible.

Early paychecks give you the power.

With early access to your funds, you have more control over your money and where it goes. Enjoy a night on the town, get ahead of upcoming bills, or just enjoy the feeling of security that comes with having access to your money earlier.

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  1. Early access depends on when payment is submitted. Funds are generally made available when payment instruction is received, which may be earlier than scheduled payment date. Requires $200 in direct deposits over prior 35-day period, not including tax refunds.
  2. This is a separate and optional service provided by Atomic (not Pathward, which provides your Spruce Spending and Savings accounts).