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Annual Payroll Savings Program Campaign runs October 3 to November 1

October 11, 2016 — 

The Annual Payroll Savings Program Campaign runs October 03 to November 01, 2016, until 7:00 p.m. CT. To enroll or make changes please follow the instructions below.

The Canada Savings Bonds (CSB) Payroll Savings Program allows you to contribute to a Payroll Savings Plan through automatic payroll deductions. Without having to do a thing, watch your savings grow without feeling the pinch.

 

2016 Campaign

During the period of October 03 to November 01, you can:

  • Change your contribution amount (within existing plans)
  • Set up new plans (Single, Joint or Third-Party)
  • Enroll in the Program (new participants)

Interested? You can enroll in the Program by logging on to http://www.mybonds.gc.ca during the campaign period. Follow the simple steps outlined in the Employee How-To Guide, or view the How-To Videos.

These links can be found in JUMP, Employee Self Service under Useful Links in the My Pay section.

 

CSB Online Services

CSB Online Services allows you to manage your Payroll Savings Plan, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Here are things you can do:

  • Redeem your funds
  • Sign up for Direct Deposit
  • Check your Plan balance and activity
  • View and print your online statement and/or T5
  • Update your address

 

The purchase of Canada Savings Bonds is only available to Full Time staff. First Bi-Weekly deduction is December 09, 2016 and Semi-Monthly is December 16, 2016

The University Organization ID: 12210

 

For more information on the CSB Payroll Savings Program or if you wish to Decrease or Stop your CSB Payroll Deductions outside of the campaign dates, please contact your Campaign Director Patti Matyus, Payroll Services (204) 474-9392 or email Patti [dot] Matyus [at] umanitoba [dot] ca, or visit the Program web site at http://www.csb.gc.ca/payroll-savings-program/

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