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Payroll Savings Program

September 29, 2015 — 

Hoping to get away for a vacation or take photography lessons next summer? Maybe replace your tires or upgrade your bathroom? Whatever you are saving for, the CSB Payroll Savings Program can help you make it happen.

How it works

You decide how much you would like to save each pay. That amount will automatically be deducted from your pay and transferred to your Payroll Savings Plan. Without having to do a thing, the savings in your Payroll Savings Plan will continue to grow, and be accessible any time.

Why Canadians like the Program

Over 900,000 Canadians from coast to coast use the CSB Payroll Savings Program to save for the things they want, and here’s why:

  • It’s free: there are no hidden charges or fees.
  • With automatic payroll deductions, you never miss your money.
  • Small contributions can equal big savings.
  • Access to your funds online anytime.


You can enroll in the Program by logging on to during the campaign period, which runs from October 1 to November 1, 2015 (closing at 7 p.m. CST). 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.

Already on the Program?

During the October campaign, you can change your existing contribution amount if you wish, using . If you want to continue with your current contribution, no action is required, it will continue to be deducted as usual.

For more information on the CSB Payroll Savings Program, contact your Campaign Director – Patti Matyus, Payroll Services 204-474-9392 or email Patti [dot] Matyus [at] umanitoba [dot] ca, or visit the program website.

The purchase of Canada Savings Bonds is only available to Full Time staff.

First Bi-Weekly deduction is December 11, 2015, and Semi-Monthly is December 17, 2015.

The University Of Manitoba’s CSB Payroll Savings Program Organization ID is: 12210

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