Paying your bills online can save you time and save money on
envelopes and stamps.
Once you complete the sign-up process for online bill pay
you can set your bills to be paid automatically.
Online bill pay can also help ensure your bills are on time
even when you leave them until the last minute.
Some banks charge a fee for online bill pay so if you are
planning on paying most of your bills this way, consider opening an account
that offers free online bill pay.
Log into your bank's online banking website.
If you have not registered for online banking you may have
to contact your bank during business hours to register.
Locate the online banking link on the website.
Read your bank's online bill pay policies and fee disclosure
that should be displayed once you click the online bill-pay link.
You must agree to these policies and fee disclosure before
completing registration for online bill pay.
Click the add payment or new payment link to set up your
first online bill payment.
Enter any information requested by your bank.
Your bank will normally ask for the name of the creditor or
utility provider, address and the normal amount of payment.
You may also be asked for the due date for each month.
If the due date is not the same each month you should set
the due date for the earliest possible.
Click the save or accept button. Repeat the process for
each of your bills you wish to pay online.
Online Bill Pay