Crest Ink - Volume 29 - Number 04

thought possible. While impossible to put the faces of the thousands of people who have called Crest ‘home’ on the wall, they all are part of the culture of Crest that has evolved over the years and is documented as part of the timeline. We’ve left a little space to add to our timeline for whatever the future may hold for Crest. Stop by and give Mari- anne a visit in the receptionist area to check it out. She is quickly becoming an expert on Crest history and can add to the stories that the pictures tell. Reminders from the Payroll Office by Susan Larson Here are some helpful tips for all beginners and veterans of the Crest Foods family. Direct Deposits: Did you know that Crest employees can have up to four (4) different direct deposits out of their paycheck? Up to two (2) can be flat amounts (example $10.00) Up to two (2) can be a percent based deduction (example is 50%) ***Your net pay counts as one of these Please note that if you are planning on closing an existing account you currently direct deposit into, do not close this account until after you check with someone in the payroll department (Myself or Lynn Burnette). Some examples of why people use multiple direct deposits are: -Car payments -Real estate taxes -Mortgage payments -Vacation funds Address & Phone Number Changes: Please keep the Payroll Department informed of your current address, phone number and marital status changes. This is very important information to keep up to date with our department throughout the year. All areas within our department use this information, whether it’s to mail your Crest Ink issue, W-2’s, contact you during an emer- gency situation and to keep insurance carriers up to date. If you change your phone number, cell phone carrier or change your email address please remember to update your paperless pay (my-estub) account so that you continue to receive your text messages and pay stub notifications. January 1st will be here before you know it. Tax season is a good time to talk to your tax preparer about whether you need to update your Federal and State withholding exemptions. If you need new W-4’s for this purpose please stop by the payroll office. If you have any questions about either of these topics, please give Susan Larson a call x235.

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