Savings bonds deductions moving to direct deposit
American Forces Press Service
RANDOLPH AIR FORCE BASE, Texas — Airmen and Department of Defense civilians will use a new way to purchase savings bonds beginning Sept. 30 as part of the Department of Treasury’s cost-effective plan to issue savings bonds electronically.
Instead of payroll deductions, savings bonds will be available through a direct-deposit deduction by setting up a Treasury Direct account. Treasury Direct offers an option for payroll savings using a payroll direct deposit.
Airmen and DOD civilians interested in learning more about how to set up a Treasury Direct account should visit http://www.savingsbonds.gov/indiv/product /prod_paperpayrollsavings.htm.
For more information visit the Air Force Personnel Center’s personnel services website.
Air Force employees may call the 24-hour Total Force Service Center at 800-525-0102.