Moving your money is easy with e-Branch
Internal Transfers and External Transfers
Whether you want to move money to family or friends, and whether or not they have an account with MIT FCU, we make getting your money where it needs to go, easy! Simply log into e-Branch (at the top of the page) and select the type of transfer you want to process from our "Move Money" drop down menu. It’s easy, and secure, plus you’ll have an online record of payments. With MIT FCU you have options:
- Transfer money to yourself from other financial institutions
- Pay back money borrowed from a friend
- Transfer an allowance to your kids’ accounts
- Make sure your significant other has access to the funds needed to pay bills!
Read our MIT FCU Funds Transfer Agreement now.
International and Domestic Wires
Receive money or send money anywhere in the country or the world.
- No fee for incoming wires! (Please note that the originating institution may charge a fee)
- Outgoing wires - just $15 for domestic, $30 for international.
Just fill out the appropriate online authorization form, either Domestic Authorization or International Authorization and you’re ready to send money safely and securely. Read more about receiving incoming wire transfers to your MIT FCU account and how to initiate outgoing wire transfers now.
ACH (Automated Clearinghouse Transactions) for paying bills (creditors)
Allow creditors to withdraw payments from your account. Set up one-time or recurring payments specific to those creditors! If e-Bills aren’t an option, consider ACH transactions to get your money where it needs to go!
Payroll Direct Deposit
Sign up for direct deposit of your payroll, pension, or Social Security. In many cases, these deposits will be made electronically, up to 48 hours early! (Limited to ACH deposits). Who doesn’t like an early payday?
Simply provide your employer or other entity with your credit union member number, and our routing number: 211381754.
Payroll Allocation: If you work for MIT, Whitehead Institute or Draper Lab, you can also sign up for Payroll Allocation to have loan payments and savings deposits deducted automatically from your paycheck and deposited towards those specific savings or loan accounts.Go to main navigation