You need deposit slips to make deposits into your bank account. The bank provides deposit slips free with your checks but the bank only includes a small amount of deposit slips. You may order more deposit slips through your bank but you must pay for them. Alternatively, you can produce your own homemade deposit slips using your computer, a deposit making software program and your printer.
Design Your Deposit Slips
Change Deposit Slips
If you change banks, you will need to change your homemade deposit slips to reflect your new bank information. Open the software program and make the appropriate changes within the program. Once the changes are complete, print a sample of your new deposit slip. Take this to the new bank and get approval. It is best not to print deposit slips too far in advance in case your bank changes information. Banks buy out other banks and may change essential information, such as name and routing number.
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